£250,000 Offers over
Tastefully-decorated, elegant, and triple-aspect, two-bedroom, second-floor flat, set within a well-maintained traditional tenement with close-knit residents, in vibrant Canonmills of Edinburgh city centre. The accommodation enjoys a blend of fine period features and contemporary fittings, including ornate cornicework, traditional fireplace, and a modern kitchen and bathroom. The flat is accessed via an airy entrance hall featuring an entryphone handset and two built-in stores; whilst the bright living room benefits from a corner aspect triple-bay window, overlooking Canonmills and the Water of Leith, and features a shelved wall press, ornate cornicework, ceiling rose with chandelier, and a living flame fireplace. The fully-integrated kitchen is set to the rear, offering tranquil views over the communal garden and the Water of Leith, and features wall and base units, gas hob, double oven, canopy, fridge/freezer, wine cooler, washing machine, dishwasher, and sink with drainer; along with ample dining space, larder cupboard, clothes pulley, tiled splashbacks, and wood-effect laminate flooring. A double bedroom is set to the rear, with space for freestanding furniture; a bright single bedroom is set to the side; whilst the fully-tiled bathroom is set to the rear, with a three-piece suite and a shower over the bath. Features include gas central heating, traditional sash &case windows, an exceptionally well-tended communal rear garden, and on-street zoned/metered parking. Canonmills is a fashionable and sought-after area of Edinburgh's city centre. Located adjacent to the iconic New Town, Stockbridge and the bustling east end, there are a range of impressive period buildings, crescents, cobbled streets, charming historic details and restaurants and cafes including Earthy, Di Giorgio, Coro Chocolate lounge, Coffee Angel and Cuckoo's nest. Vibrant Broughton Street and nearby Stockbridge provide a range of quality independent retailers including butchers, fishmongers, cafes, restaurants, and bars; whilst supermarket shopping is provided a Tesco off Broughton Road. Numerous parks provide eclectic green spaces including King George V park, Inverleith Park and the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens. All the attractions of Edinburgh city centre can be reached on foot, whilst a regular bus service is available from Inverleith Row.
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