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***CLOSING WED 6TH JULY AT 12 NOON*** This magnificent double upper flat is located in the highly sought after area of Morningside, one of the most prestigious districts of Edinburgh. Whilst in need of modernisation and upgrading, it offers spacious and flexible accommodation over two floors and is an excellent opportunity to buy a home which is only a short walk from many of the capital's superb amenities and attractions. The property is accessed into a common stair. The accommodation comprises: spacious hallway with two large storage cupboards; generously proportioned sitting room with beautiful traditional fireplace and dual aspect windows to the south and east; dining room which also has dual aspect windows and provides access to the boxroom. The kitchen, which now requires upgrading has a large utility room located just off it. There are two double bedrooms on this floor and a family bathroom with three piece suite. The upper floor accommodation has three further double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and a further bathroom and utility room. The property benefits from gas central heating. There is a shared garden and ample on street parking for residents and visitors.
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