£97,000 Offers over
Well-presented, one-bedroom, second-floor flat, part of a traditional stone-built tenement in the Polwarth area, south-west of Edinburgh city centre. The property is comprised of an entrance hallway, open-plan living/dining room/kitchen, double bedroom, and bathroom. This superb first-time or buy-to-let opportunity is in an excellent commuting location for the business districts of Edinburgh city centre, the universities, and hospitals. The property features modern uPVC double glazing, TV and telephone points, a gas fire, utility appliances, a shared garden, and ample on-street permit parking. The popular Polwarth district of Edinburgh offers an eclectic mix of small speciality shops, bars, bistros and restaurants. The adjacent districts of Merchiston and Morningside offer further facilities, with local entertainment and leisure facilities including Fountain Park, with a cinema and Virgin Active gym, the Usher Hall, the Kings, Traverse, Lyceum and Church Hill Theatres, and the Odeon and Dominion Cinemas. Recreational facilities include the walking spaces of the Union Canal, Bruntsfield Links and the Meadows, various public swimming baths and private health clubs.
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