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Bright, beautifully-presented, one-bedroom, third-floor (top) flat, located in the Trinity area of Edinburgh, to the north of the city centre. Comprised of a living room with spectacular views of Calton Hill, Edinburgh Castle and the Pentlands, kitchen with ample dining space, bedroom, box room, and bathroom. Additional features include gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, ample storage space, and TV and telephone points. There is a large, shared garden to the rear, in addition to substantial, free on-street parking to the front, and on surrounding streets. Located in sought-after Trinity, Craighall Crescent is located just off Ferry Road, and is convenient for commuting across the city by car or public transport. Local amenities are available on Ferry Road and Goldenacre, whilst The Shore district and Ocean Terminal provide easy access to a wide range of high-street stores, a Marks &Spencer Simply Food, cinema, a 24-hour Asda, and many popular bistros, bars and Michelin-starred restaurants. Highly-regarded schooling is available at all levels within the area, and excellent recreational amenities include pleasant walks along the Water of Leith walkway, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith and Victoria Parks, David Lloyd Gym, and Ainslie Park Leisure Centre.
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