£135,000 Fixed price
This bright and well-presented, two-bedroom, corner-aspect flat, is set on the first-floor of a modern, factored and lift-served residential development in the Granton waterfront area. The accommodation begins with a spacious hallway featuring space for freestanding furniture, two built-in store cupboards, the secure entryphone handset, two pendant light fittings and quality engineered wood-flooring. Taking advantage of the corner aspect, the open living area features two wood-decked balconies both with French patio doors, and there are TV and phone points, and quality engineered wood-flooring. The kitchen area features fitted units with a wood-effect worktop, inset sink and tiled surround, dishwasher, and an integrated washing machine, fridge/freezer, double oven, gas hob, and canopy with stainless steel splashback. A master bedroom features a Juliet balcony with patio door, built-in wardrobe, TV and phone points, and carpeted flooring; with an en-suite shower room fitted with a contemporary two-piece suite including a wall mounted handbasin, concealed cistern-WC, and a cubicle with a mains shower. The single bedroom features a Juliet balcony with patio door, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. The family size bathroom is set internally off the hall and is fitted with a three piece suite including a mains shower above the bath. Other features include uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, a shared courtyard, and secure underground parking. Furniture available by negotiation. Granton lies approximately three miles north of the city centre, and lies within easy reach of the fashionable Shore area and Ocean Terminal, providing facilities including a cinema, high-street shops, and restaurants. Within a couple of miles there are a number of supermarkets, and Craigleith Retail Park offers additional shopping facilities. There are frequent public transport links from West Granton Road and Waterfront Avenue to and from the city centre, and the property lies close to the charming waterfront path and causeway leading towards Cramond Island, an ideal route for joggers, dog walkers, and families. The area is home to the new Edinburgh College, and also offers well-regarded local schooling.
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