£275,000 Fixed price
Sunday 1-2pm or By Appointment
McQueen Legal are proud to present this rarely available well-proportioned three bedroom flat in a traditional tenement with views of the beach. The property has all original period features including fireplaces, corniced ceilings and the original range in the kitchen. Within a minute’s walk you can be on The Promenade/beach. The property is in move-in condition, and is reached through a clean and tidy common stair well.
Large, spacious carpeted hallway giving access to all rooms with 3 large storage cupboards, ceiling pulley.
Living room boasting a bay window with views to the sea, large spacious room with original fireplace and cornicing. Edinburgh press.
Large family dining kitchen with original range unit, ample wall and base units. Two large storage cupboards.
Large double bedroom quietly facing the rear of the property with original fireplace.
Spacious double bedroom with original fireplace.
Double bedroom currently used as an office.
Newly fitted bathroom with walk in shower unit.
The property benefits form gas central heating and a secure entry system.
Communal garden area to the rear. On Street parking.
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