£105,000 Offers over
This well-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat, is set quietly to the rear of a newly renovated traditional stone-built tenement, conveniently located in the Pilrig area, just north-east of Edinburgh's city centre and less than a minutes' walk away from Leith Walk. The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway, living room, kitchen, double bedroom, WC and a shower room. The carpeted L-shaped hallway features serves all living areas and features carpeted flooring, radiator, dado rail and the secured entry system handset. The carpeted living room is rear-facing with views over the large communal gardens towards Pilrig Church, and benefits from a high ceiling, plain cornicework, and dado rail. The fitted kitchen is set internally and features modern base and wall units, laminate worktops, stainless steel sink and drainer, inset lighting, and vinyl tile-effect flooring. Appliances include a freestanding fridge, electric cooker, and washing machine. The carpeted double bedroom is rear-facing with ample integrated storage including a spacious built-in wardrobe/store cupboard and window box cupboard. The recently fitted fully-tiled designer shower room features a contemporary white vanity unit with basin and chrome mixer tap, shaver point, and a cubicle with an electric shower unit. The separate WC benefits from a recently fitted white two-piece suite, vinyl flooring, tiled splashback, and shelving. The property features recently installed energy efficient electric central heating, cable TV and telephone points, and uPVC double glazing. Externally the property benefits from a large rear communal garden and drying green with pleasant views, plus unrestricted on-street parking. Pilrig is a popular residential area just north of the Edinburgh city centre, and adjacent to the Leith and Bonnigton districts. A high amenity area, there is extensive range of convenience, specialist shopping and supermarkets located on Leith Walk. The Shore also offers a cosmopolitan range of bars, bistros, and Michelin-starred restaurants; whilst both the Omni Centre and Ocean Terminal complex have many high-street names, restaurants, gyms, and multi-screen cinemas. There are numerous public parks and squares, Pilrig Park, and The Water of Leith. There are highly-frequent bus services are available from Leith Walk, and there good road links including the A199 and A900.
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