£139,995 Offers over
Many would consider Edinburgh's Leith area to be one of the citys best served suburban shopping centres. There is an exceptionally wide choice of shopping facilities here as well as a number of banks, building societies and a Post Office. A short walk takes you to Ocean Terminal where further shops, restaurants and cinema can be found. Leith is an established, independent community, and is very much self-contained. There is an excellent choice of places to eat and drink, several places of entertainment and a bright lively atmosphere. In addition, Leith has its own amenities with several surgeries and a choice of dentists. The Shore area of Leith, which is situated on either side of the Water of Leith as it approaches the sea, has become a particularly fashionable area. Leith also has its own primary and secondary schools, the academy being a community high school. From here, it is also a simple matter of a short walk into the city centre, with the option of using one of the many and frequent bus services that use this route. Leith is also perfectly located for ease of travel to many parts of the city and beyond. Ferry Road gives access to the west as well as routes out to the east. In both these directions, there are direct links with the City Bypass.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 0131 524 9797
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.Extras (Included in the sale) All fitted carpets, floor coverings, light fittings, blinds and integrated kitchen appliances. Other items may also be available through separate negotiation.
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