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*CLOSING DATE: Thursday 10 March @ 12noon*Beautifully-presented and well-appointed, two-bedroom, dual-aspect flat, forming part of the third (top) floor of a traditional Victorian tenement in Edinburgh's sought after Stockbridge, lying to the north of the city centre. The property consists of an entrance hall, living/dining kitchen, two double bedrooms, and a bathroom. The tastefully-decorated accommodation is accessed via an entrance hallway serving all rooms, with a deep utility cupboard with washing machine. The living/dining room enjoys fine leafy rooftop views to the rear, to Edinburgh’s iconic Fettes College. There is ample space for dining, and an open plan fitted kitchen with wall and base units with laminate worktops and tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a gas hob and electric oven with extractor canopy over, a dishwasher and a freestanding fridge/freezer. The main bedroom, with feature fireplace and deep, wardrobe recess, enjoys views to the front through a corner, triple-bay window. The second, double bedroom is also set to the front. The bathroom is fitted with a white, three-piece suite, with an electric, over-bath shower, fully tiled splashbacks and wooden dado panelling. Features include double glazing, gas central heating, traditional plasterwork, picture and dado rails, working shutters, panelled doors, and good storage space. There is a secluded and well-tended, communal garden to the rear of the tenement, and ample, permit parking to the front on Deanpark Street itself. Stockbridge is situated within walking distance of the heart of Edinburgh's city centre, and has a bustling high street, offering an eclectic mix of speciality shops, restaurants, fashionable bars and delicatessens, giving the area an artistic, almost bohemian feel. A Sainsbury's Local can be found on Raeburn Place, and a Waitrose is situated at nearby Comely Bank. Craigleith Retail Park at Blackhall offers a wide range of shopping facilities including a Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury's superstore and Boots. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park and The Water of Leith Walkway provide many pleasant walks, and the Glenogle Swim Centre and Gym is close by. Regular bus services provide access to most parts of the city.
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