£295,000 Offers over
**LBTT (Land and Buildings Transaction Tax) formerly Stamp Duty will be paid by the seller** Part Exchange Available. We are delighted to bring to the market a magnificent conversion of a former Victorian Townhouse that was formerly a hotel, situated in the heart of Edinburgh's West End, minutes walking distance from Princes Street and the city centre. All properties have been finished with quality kitchens with fully integrated appliances, quality bathrooms with rainfall showers, hardwood flooring and new gas central heating with combination boilers. 14B is a stunning ground floor drawingroom flat which is in immaculate order throughout. Briefly the accommodation comprises, hall, Bay windowed lounge/kitchen/dining room, double bedroom, bathroom and separate WC. Externally there is residents permit parking. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 0131 524 9797
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.EXTRAS - Fully integrated kitchen appliances, quality hardwood flooring and fitted carpets.
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