£130,000 Offers over
This beautifully light and spacious, two-bedroom, south-east facing flat, occupies part of the third (top) floor of a traditional stone-built, Victorian tenement. Located in Edinburgh's popular Abbeyhill, and tastefully decorated throughout, the flat enjoys a wonderful outlook to nearby Arthur's Seat. Internally it consists of an entrance hall, living/dining/kitchen, two double bedrooms, shower room and WC compartment. The flat benefits from gas central heating, modern uPVC double glazing, secure entry-system, shared garden grounds and ample, unrestricted on-street parking. This is a highly-convenient location, on the edge of the Abbeyhill Colonies, offering easy access to the city centre by bus, foot or car, and with ample unrestricted parking to the front and surrounding streets. There are ample everyday amenities available on both Easter Road and London Road, whilst the nearby Meadowbank Retail Park has a large Sainsbury's supermarket and a Marks and Spencer outlet store. Holyrood Park, home to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, and lying in the shadows of Arthur's Seat, represents a unique open green space for pleasant walks and fantastic views of the Capital. Abbeyhill is convenient for access to Edinburgh's Royal Mile, the Scottish Parliament building and the Old Town, whilst highly-frequent public transport is available from London Road for easy commuting across the city. There is easy access to the A1, city centre and city bypass.
Entrance Hall - 11' 10'' x 5' 0'' (3.60m x 1.52m)
This good-sized, carpeted entrance hall provides direct access to all rooms, including a WC and separate shower room, and benefits from a panel radiator, mains smoke alarm, high-level utility control cupboard, entry-phone handset and a pendant light fitting.
Living/Dining/Kitchen - 15' 0'' x 14' 11'' (4.58m x 4.55m)
This is a beautifully light and spacious, front-facing, living room, with ample dining space, open plan to a good-sized kitchen area. It enjoys fine views over the rooftops to nearby Arthur's Seat from a recessed window with a window seat with under-window storage, and further benefits from a fitted carpet, wall press housing the central heating boiler, radiator and pendant light fitting. The kitchen area, which incorporates a breakfast bar, is set into the traditional recess and is fitted with high-gloss white wall and base units with marble-effect worktops, tiled splashbacks and a stainless-steel sink with drainer. The freestanding gas cooker, under-unit fridge and the washing machine are included in the sale price, and there is tile-effect vinyl flooring, a ceiling-mounted extractor fan and spotlight bar
Bedroom One - 14' 2'' x 9' 10'' (4.31m x 3.00m)
Also front-facing, with rooftop views to Arthur's Seat, this light and spacious double-bedroom benefits from sanded and varnished floorboards, recessed window with under-window storage, plaster cornice, radiator, pendant light fitting and ample room for freestanding furniture.
Bedroom Two - 11' 7'' x 7' 2'' (3.52m x 2.18m)
This second, well-proportioned, carpeted double-bedroom has a recessed window to the side, a built-in wardrobe, radiator, and pendant light fitting.
Shower Room - 4' 5'' x 3' 3'' (1.35m x 0.98m)
Entered directly from the entrance hall, this good-sized shower room features a full-width shower enclosure with a mixer shower-unit, three-quarter-height wall tiling, tiled floor, extractor fan and a ceiling-mounted light fitting.
WC Compartment - 6' 5'' x 3' 10'' (1.95m x 1.18m)
Also located off the entrance hall with a front-facing window, this bright and good-sized WC compartment is fitted with a traditional white, two-piece suite, tile-effect vinyl flooring, radiator, fitted vanity mirror and a wall-mounted light fitting.
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