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This beautifully-presented, two-bedroom basement flat, is set quietly to the rear of a stone-built tenement, adjacent to the Newhaven waterfront, located in the Trinity area, north of Edinburgh city centre. The property is entered to the rear of building from Laverockbank Terrace, though a shared patio area passing the generous shared gardens on a raised level. The accommodation begins with a entrance hallway featuring ample space for outerwear, hardwood flooring, and inset lighting. A lounge room is set to the front and features a gas fireplace with impressive surround, TV and point points and hardwood flooring. The kitchen is set off the living room and features space for a diner/breakfast table, fitted units with granite-effect worktops, a stainless steel with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated dishwasher, washing machine, double oven and five ring gas hob with canopy above. Also set off the living room with a front facing window, is a study/store room featuring hardwood flooring and shelving. The first spacious double bedroom is set to the rear and includes carpeted flooring, a fitted store cupboard which holds the boiler, and a pendant light fitting; whilst the second carpeted double bedroom is also set to the rear. A box room is set off the hall and includes a built-in wardrobe, shelving and hardwood flooring. The family bathroom is set internally off the hall and is fitted with a three piece suite including a shower head fitting for the bath, wall cabinet, extractor fan and inset lighting. Trinity is a popular area, within easy reach of excellent local shopping and public transport links, along with some of Edinburgh's finest open spaces. The area is well-served by supermarkets, including a Waitrose at Comely Bank, an ASDA at Leith, and a Morrisons on Ferry Road. Nearby Stockbridge is home to a wide variety of delicatessens, cafés, restaurants, butchers, and greengrocers, whilst both Craigleith Retail Park and Ocean Terminal provide a range of high-street stores. Recreational options include cycle paths and walkways along the Water of Leith, the famous Royal Botanic Gardens, the expansive Inverleith Park, as well as the Ainslie Park Leisure Centre. There is a choice of well-regarded public and private schools close by, including Edinburgh Academy and the iconic Fettes College.
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