£265,000 Offers over
This light and spacious, two-bedroom, dual-aspect, first-floor flat, forms part of traditional stone-built tenement, located on an exceptionally quiet cul-de-sac in the sought-after Sciennes area, just to the south of the city centre. The accommodation begins with a entrance hallway giving access to all rooms and featuring the secured entry system handset, cornicework, radiator and a contemporary spotlight array. Set to the front is the living room featuring a solid fuel burning stove, decorative cornicework, press recess, and bespoke shelving. A stylish kitchen and dining room is set to the rear and features quality fitted units, granite worktops, with inset sink and unit downlights; whilst integrated appliances include a fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, double oven, 5-ring gas hob, and canopy. Two double bedrooms are set to both aspects, both with fitted wardrobes and contemporary light fittings, whilst bedroom two includes a ceiling-mounted drying pulley. A WC and a bathroom are set internally off the hallway. The WC is fitted with a contemporary two-piece suite and ladder-style radiator; the bathroom features a unit-mounted handbasin, bath with mains shower above, mosaic tiled splash-walls, wall mirror with light and built-in storage. In addition, there is contemporary fittings and decor, and quality hardwood flooring throughout; gas central heating; double glazed windows; TV and phone points; and a shared garden with a store shed allocated to the flat. Sciennes is a sought-after area just south of the city centre and adjacent to the vibrant districts of Marchmont, Bruntsfield and Newington. Local amenities include a variety of specialist shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, whilst the nearby Cameron Toll Shopping Centre offers a Sainsbury's superstore. The property is also well-placed for access to excellent schooling, including James Gillespie's Primary and High School, and George Heriot's School. Open parklands include Bruntsfield Links and The Meadows, whilst Holyrood Park, Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags are a little further to the east. All the attractions of Edinburgh city centre can be reached on foot, whilst there is also frequent bus services from Causewayside, Grange Road and Newinton Road.
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