£315,000 Offers over
Spacious and tastefully-renovated, two-bedroom, Victorian, maindoor garden flat, rich in period character, located in Edinburgh’s sought-after Hillside district, close to the city centre. The beautifully-presented accommodation consists of a vestibule and hall, living room, dining kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom and study. A traditional vestibule with Victorian terrazzo tiling, leads to a spacious hall with sanded and varnished floor boards. To the front is a large living room with a fireplace with wood-burning stove, period cornicing, Edinburgh Press and double windows. Off the living room, a box room is currently used as a study. The spacious dining kitchen benefits from newly fitted units complete with integrated appliances, and a handy utility cupboard houses a washing machine. Double patio doors lead straight out to a well-kept communal garden. There are two good sized double bedrooms both with varnished floorboards and period cornice. The bathroom has also been completely renewed and comprises a contemporary range of white sanitary ware and a power shower over the bath. Property features include gas central heating with contemporary column radiators, double glazing, generous storage space, extensive sanded and varnished flooring, working shutters, cornicing, and panelled doors and woodwork. There are well-maintained shared gardens to the rear, private, low-maintenance gardens to the front and ample permit parking on Montgomery Street. Hillside is a high-amenity area with fine period architecture, lying within walking distance of the city centre's restaurants, shopping facilities and attractions, such the Omni Centre and The Playhouse Theatre. Leith Walk, Elm Row and nearby Broughton Street offer a good range of local shopping facilities, with a cosmopolitan selection of cafés, bars, and restaurants within a short radius. Edinburgh’s historic Old Town and New Town are easily accessed, and Queen’s Park, Arthur’s Seat, Ocean Terminal, and the popular Shore district offer further leisure and recreation opportunities. Waverley Train Station is within walking distance, and frequent bus services operate from London Road and Elm Row. Well-respected primary and secondary schools can also be found in the vicinity.
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