£182,000 Offers over
This bright and well-presented, two bedroom, first-floor flat, is set quietly to the rear of a traditional Victorian stone built tenement, located in the highly regarded Marchmont district. Freshly prepared for the market with light neutral decor throughout, the accommodation begins with an entrance hallway giving access throughout and featuring a built-in store cupboard, the secured entry phone handset, a wall-mounted electric heater, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. An open plan living space includes an electric fireplace with tasteful surround, coving, an open shelved press, TV/cable and phone points, a wall-mounted electric heater, carpeted flooring, two pendant light fittings and access to the utility cupboard housing a washing machine and shelving. The kitchen is set to the rear of the rear of the room and includes marble effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, a tiled splashback, fridge, and an electric cooker. A bright double-bedroom features fitted wardrobes, TV point, period cornicework, a wall-mounted electric heater, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. The single bedroom includes a wall-mounted electric heater, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. The shower room is set internally off the hall and is fitted with a two piece suite, and a walk-in cubicle with electric shower unit. In addition, there is uPVC double glazing, ample permit street parking to the front and a well maintained, communal garden to the rear. Marchmont is well-placed for access to universities, hospitals, excellent schooling, including James Gillespie's High School, and local amenities including extensive shopping in the vicinity. Neighbouring Morningside, Newington and Tollcross offer a wide variety of specialist shops, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and theatres. The open green parklands of Bruntsfield Links and The Meadows are situated within close proximity, and include public tennis courts, playgrounds, and a pitch and putt course, whilst Holyrood Park, Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags are located a little further to the east. With the city centre easily accessible on foot, the area has frequent bus services available from Marchmount Road and Melville Drive.
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