£220,000 Fixed price
This is a generously-sized, two-bedroom, third-floor flat, set in a traditional and substantial stone building, ideally located in the heart of the city centre, just yards away from Princes Street. The dual-aspect property offers ideal city centre dwelling, and is entered via a lengthy, carpeted hallway (accessed via a shared entrance vestibule off the third-floor landing) providing access to all rooms, featuring two built-in store cupboards, the entryphone handset and a rear-facing window. The spacious, dual-aspect and carpeted living room includes an electric fireplace and a raised dining area, which provides views to Firth of Forth; and the fully-fitted kitchen, set to the rear, features wall and base units with wood-effect laminate worktops incorporating a stainless-steel sink and drainer, with tiled splashbacks, and appliances including a gas hob and oven, washing machine, and fridge/freezer. There are two carpeted, rear-facing double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and space for freestanding bedroom furniture, and the internal bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including a shower over the bath, splashback tiling and tile-effect vinyl flooring. The well-proportioned property features sash and casement windows, gas central heating, TV and telephone points, a secure entry system, and very good integrated storage, including built-in cupboards and wardrobes. There is also permit, on-street parking within the local area. Leith Street connects Waterloo Place, North Bridge and the east end of Princes Street to Leith Walk. The flat is located above the speciality retail outlets which line the opposite side of Leith Street from the John Lewis store and the excellent choice of shops within the St. James Centre. As such, the property lies within an enviably central location just minutes away from Princes Street, the Old Town and the New Town, and the wealth of amenities and attractions which the city centre has to offer. The Omni Centre cinema and leisure complex, Playhouse Theatre, and a wide variety of bars and restaurants situated at the southern end of Leith Walk provide a selection of entertainment and recreation. Calton Hill, Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat offer open green spaces for pleasant walks and fantastic views of the Capital. Edinburgh's Waverley train station is just a short distance away, as is the main bus station at St. Andrew Square.
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