£185,000 Offers over
Tastefully-presented, two-bedroom, dual-aspect, ground-floor flat in a modern, factored development, quietly located in Edinburgh's popular Newington, south of the city centre. The accommodation consists of a hall, living/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. The hall serves the main living areas and benefits from real wood flooring, a deep storage cupboard, radiator and smoke alarm. A bright and spacious living room with windows to the central courtyard, offers ample dining space and features real wood flooring, plain coving and a modern stone fireplace with electric fire. The adjacent kitchen is fitted with solid wood units, stone-composite worktops and tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a washer dryer, a gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood over, and a corner cupboard houses a fridge/freezer. The main carpeted double bedroom overlooks the cobbled street to the front and benefits from a built-in mirror wardrobe. Also front facing, the second carpeted bedroom has a wardrobe cupboard. The fully-tiled bathroom is fitted with a four-piece suite, an over-bath electric shower, ladder-style radiator, extractor fan, fitted mirrors and spotlights. Features include uPVC double glazing throughout, gas central heating, TV and phone points, connection to a communal Sky dish, good storage and secure entry system. There is an extensive, landscaped, communal courtyard to the rear, with an allocated parking space, and ample, permit parking to the front and on surrounding streets. Newington is located one mile from Princes Street and Waverley Station, providing a number of local amenities for everyday needs including a variety of specialist shops and a vibrant atmosphere of bars, restaurants, and cafes. It also conveniently located for the Festival Theatre, Queens Hall and many Fringe Festival venues. The popular Cameron Toll Centre also offers a selection of high-street shops, and a Sainsbury's superstore. A convenient location for Edinburgh University, the Scottish Parliament, and the Royal Commonwealth Pool, there are also many open green-spaces including Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat, Blackford Hill and The Meadows. Well-regarded schooling is available at all levels within the area, and a regular public transport service provides easy access to and from the city centre.
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