£220,000 Offers over
Bright, tastefully-presented and spacious, two-bedroom, dual-aspect flat, forming part of the first floor of a traditional, stone-built Victorian tenement in Edinburgh's sought-after Hillside district. Consisting of an entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, study, and bathroom, the property retains some fine traditional features, including sash and case windows, working fireplace, along with gas central heating, good storage provision, and TV and telephone points. There is a well-tended, shared garden to the rear, a well-kept common stair with secure entry system, and ample permit on-street parking to the front. There may be potential to create an en-suite shower room from the study, off bedroom one, subject to any necessary consents. Brunton Terrace lies in a high-amenity area, between Leith Walk and Easter Road, close to the city centre's attractions and shopping facilities, and to Edinburgh's bustling East End. There is an excellent range of local shopping, a Sainsbury's store at the nearby Meadowbank retail park. and a broad selection of cafes, bars, cinemas, theatres and restaurants, all within a mile of the property. Edinburgh's historic Old and New Towns are readily accessed, as are Holyrood Park, Arthur's Seat, the Ocean Terminal retail and leisure complex, and Leith's renowned Shore district. There is a regular and varied bus service to hand, and nearby access to the main trunk routes. Brunton Gardens, with a childrens' play park, lies at the foot of the street.
Entrance Hall - 11' 11'' x 9' 3'' (3.62m x 2.83m)
The entrance hall serves the main living areas, and offers ample freestanding furniture space. The original, sprung doorbell is still in position, and an interesting feature is a section of period wallpaper. Other features include sanded and varnished floorboards, a part-shelved storage cupboard, plaster cornice, a radiator, pendant light fitting and telephone point.
Living/Dining Room - 20' 1'' x 11' 3'' (6.12m x 3.42m)
This light and generously-proportioned living room provides ample dining space, and is set off the hallway, with a fine triple bay window overlooking Brunton Place to the front. Features include sanded and varnished floorboards, a wooden fire surround with inset tiles, a cast-iron insert and tiled hearth with a working grate, ornate plaster cornice and ceiling rose, picture rail, open wall press, fitted bookshelves, radiator, pendant light fitting, and TV and telephone points.
Kitchen - 8' 5'' x 8' 2'' (2.56m x 2.50m)
The internal kitchen is located directly off the entrance hall, with high-level windows to the adjacent bedroom. It is fitted with a range of white wall and base units with natural wood worktops, a stainless-steel sink with drainer, and tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a gas hob and electric oven with a stainless-steel extractor hood, and there is space for a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine. Further features include charcoal-grey floor tiles and a pendant light fitting.
Bedroom One - 14' 6'' x 11' 0'' (4.43m x 3.35m)
This spacious double bedroom is set off the hall, with a recessed window offering a leafy outlook over the communal gardens below. Features include painted wooden floorboards, a deep, shelved cupboard with electric light, a traditional wall press, and a door to the study room. There is ample freestanding furniture space, a radiator, traditional clothes pulley, and pendant light fitting.
Study - 4' 3'' x 3' 9'' (1.30m x 1.15m)
Accessed off the main bedroom, the carpeted study has a rear-facing window, a pendant light fitting and high-level shelving. The study may offer potential for conversion to an en-suite shower room or incorporation into the adjacent bathroom, subject to any necessary consents.
Bedroom Two - 14' 6'' x 10' 6'' (4.43m x 3.21m)
Also rear-facing, this second, carpeted double bedroom overlooks the shared gardens, provides ample freestanding furniture space, and features a plaster cornice, radiator and pendant light fitting.
Bathroom - 10' 11'' x 4' 0'' (3.32m x 1.23m)
Off the entrance hall, with a window to the rear, the bathroom is fitted with a traditional, white, three-piece suite including an over-bath mixer shower and fully-tiled splashbacks. Further features include wooden dado paneling, fitted wooden shelves, a chrome, ladder-style radiator, black and white vinyl floor tiles, and a ceiling light fitting.
To the rear, the mature, enclosed, and well-tended shared garden grounds are accessed via a doorway from the common stair, and are laid to grass, with shrubs and trees.
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