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Beautifully-presented and spacious, three-bedroom middle flat of a converted stone-built terraced house, located in the heart of historic South Queensferry. Set back from the main road, this impressive property features a wealth of charming period features, combined with quality contemporary fittings and leafy front-facing views to the Forth crossings. The accommodation is comprised of a vestibule, hall, living room, kitchen/diner, master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms, and a family bathroom. Features include an integrated kitchen with a full range of appliances, stylish bathrooms, tasteful décor and good integrated storage spaces. Period features include sash and case windows, working window shutters, wood-panelled doors, cornicework, and picture and dado rails. The picturesque town of South Queensferry sits on the Forth shore between the two iconic bridges. A popular commuting town for Edinburgh and Fife, it lies close to major road links, and to Edinburgh Airport. Numerous shops line the quaint main street, and there is a large choice of pubs, bistros and restaurants within the town, along with fine historic buildings and well-regarded local schools. South Queensferry and Port Edgar marina offer many watersports, and there are superb coastal walks, and trails through the Dalmeny Estate. To the south of the town, there is a large Tesco store and several restaurants, with regular commuting train services from Dalmeny station, along with frequent local bus services.
Vestibule - 6' 12'' x 3' 10'' (2.13m x 1.18m)
This large entrance vestibule gives access to the main hall, and features black and white chequered flooring, cornicework, and ample space for outerwear storage.
Hall - 15' 11'' x 14' 11'' (4.86m x 4.54m)
The main hall gives access throughout the property, and features quality hardwood flooring, two built-in stores, cornicework, telephone point, radiator, and a pendant light fitting.
Living Room - 21' 9'' x 16' 1'' (6.62m x 4.91m)
This spacious public room has an impressive front-facing bay window with leafy northward views to the Forth, and has ample room for lounge and dining furniture. Features include carpeted flooring, cornice, TV point, press cupboard, picture rail, three radiators, and a pendant light fitting.
Kitchen/Diner - 12' 7'' x 12' 2'' (3.83m x 3.71m)
This large kitchen is set to the rear, and features working window shutters, fitted units and ample space for dining furniture. The kitchen area includes a tiled worktop, stainless-steel sink with drainer, tiled surround, unit downlights, with integrated appliances including an oven, gas hob, canopy, dishwasher, washing machine, and fridge/freezer.
Master Bedroom - 14' 2'' x 13' 11'' (4.33m x 4.23m)
With leafy front-facing views, the master bedroom features a private en-suite shower room, integrated wardrobes, open shelved press, cornice, two radiators, carpeted flooring, and a pendant light fitting.
En-Suite - 5' 6'' x 5' 1'' (1.67m x 1.55m)
This stylish private shower room for the master bedroom is fitted with a two-piece suite, cubicle with an electric shower, tiled flooring and splash walls, a stainless-steel ladder-style radiator, central light fitting, and an extractor fan.
Bedroom Two - 12' 7'' x 11' 7'' (3.83m x 3.52m)
The second double bedroom is set to the rear, has a side-aspect window with working shutters, and features carpeted flooring, a built-in press with cupboard, dado rail, cornice, radiator, and a pendant light fitting.
Bedroom Three - 9' 9'' x 9' 6'' (2.98m x 2.90m)
The third single bedroom is set to the rear, and features working window shutters, carpeted flooring, telephone point, radiator, and a pendant light fitting.
Family Bathroom - 9' 2'' x 4' 7'' (2.79m x 1.40m)
This bright family bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite, and includes an electric shower over the bath, tiled flooring and splash walls, a stainless-steel ladder-style radiator, wall cabinet, and a central light fitting.
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