£149,000 Offers over
Bright and well-presented, two-bedroom, modern, main-door flat, converted from a historic building, set in a quiet street in Edinburgh's popular Shore district, to the north of the city centre. The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway, living/dining room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, and bathroom. Property features include timber-framed double glazing, electric heating, and good storage including a spacious attic with pull-down ladder. The welcoming entrance hall has sanded floorboards, and serves each room in the property. The bright, well proportioned living/dining room is set to the front and side of the property, fitted with wood-effect laminate flooring, pendant light fitting and with neutral decor. Set internally off the hall, the kitchen features vinyl flooring, contemporary wall and base units, real wood worktops, stainless steel sink and drainer, tiled splashbacks, integrated ceramic hob, electric oven and extractor hood, with space and plumbing for under-counter appliances. Bedroom one, overlooking Broad Wynd to the front of the property, features laminate flooring, neutral decor, and a large window offering generous natural light, whilst bedroom two is similarly finished with a spacious cupboard and deep, recessed window to the rear. The stylish bathroom benefits from sanded timber floorboards, a modern, white bathroom suite with an over-bath electric shower, ladder-style radiator and fully tiled walls. There is ample, unrestricted on-street parking in the immediate area. The Shore is a fashionable and vibrant location north of Edinburgh city centre, offering a blend of historic buildings and modern developments, and is well-served by the area's unrivalled selection of cafés, bars, bistros and eateries, including several Michelin-starred restaurants. Extensive local shopping is available throughout Leith, with Great Junction Street and the foot of Leith Walk close by, and a Tesco superstore on Duke Street. The Ocean Terminal retail and leisure complex offers a wide range of major high-street shopping outlets, a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a variety of restaurants. Walks and cycleways can be found along the Newhaven shore and the Water of Leith, whilst the extensive Leith Links park offers open green spaces.
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