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***** Closing Date set Tuesday 12th May 2015 at 12 noon *****Well-presented, rear-facing, one-bedroom, third-floor flat, part of a well-maintained traditional tenement on Easter Road, north-east of Edinburgh city centre. Accommodation consists of a hall, spacious living room with open-plan kitchen, double bedroom, and bathroom. Features include gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, entryphone system, and a secluded communal rear garden. The external photograph is illustrative of the front of the building only, with the subject property lying entirely to the rear. Easter Road, so named because it was the twin to the Wester Road, both of which led from Edinburgh to Leith, is a major thoroughfare connecting Abbeyhill with Leith Links, parallel to Leith Walk, and is a popular commuter location, allowing easy access to both the city and the recreational areas of Leith. A number of bus services connect with the city centre, and there are a number of local retailers, mainly clustered at the southern end, toward Abbeyhill. The varied shops, bars and restaurants of Leith Walk, and the greater Leith area, including the popular and stylish Shore area, are easily accessible. Recreation available nearby includes Meadowbank Stadium, a former Commonwealth Games venue, and the wide-open spaces of Holyrood Park, to the south, and Leith Links, to the north.
Hall - 10' 11'' x 3' 1'' (3.34m x 0.94m)
The hall has two full-height cupboards, the larger and deeper of the two housing shelving and the gas meter, with the second fitted with shelving. The electricity meter and consumer unit are wall-mounted at high level, with the entryphone handset adjacent to the front door, a radiator, pendant light fitting, laminate flooring, and a smoke detector.
Living Room/Kitchen - 20' 2'' x 17' 5'' (6.14m x 5.30m)
The living room/kitchen has an open-plan kitchen area to the rear, with a double-width window overlooking the shared and neighbouring gardens. The kitchen has wall and base units in an attractive light wood finish, with contrasting black marble-effect worktops, a stainless-steel splashback behind the hob, and a single-bowl stainless-steel sink with matching mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a gas hob, electric oven, and cooker hood, with a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine. The central heating combi boiler is cupboard-mounted in the lower half of an Edinburgh press, the flooring is wood-effect laminate, and lighting is provided by two pendant light fittings in the living area, along with a four-point flush-mounted fitting in the kitchen. Other fittings include two radiators, carbon monoxide and smoke detectors, roller blinds, and telephone points.
Bedroom - 14' 5'' x 9' 8'' (4.40m x 2.95m)
The double bedroom has a window to the rear, with a curtain pole and curtains, wood-effect laminate flooring, a radiator, pendant light fitting, and a TV aerial feed.
Bathroom - 8' 8'' x 3' 1'' (2.64m x 0.94m)
The bathroom has a white three-piece suite, with an electric shower over the bath, tile-effect laminate flooring, radiator, and a flush-mounted light fitting. The wall-mounted mirror is included in the sale.
The freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine, along with the wall mirror in the bathroom, are included in the sale.
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