£210,000 Offers over
CLOSING DATE WEDNESDAY 5nd OCTOBER AT 12 NOON
Located in the heart of Corstorphine, literally on the doorstep of all the area has to offer, this custom built retirement flat is located on the first floor of the development and enjoys views to St. Johns Road and St. Ninians Church. This exceptionally spacious 2 bedroom flat benefits from all the usual safety features such as hand height power points and emergency pull cords in all the rooms. The services of a Duty Manager are available Monday to Friday. Additional benefits within the development include a residents lounge with communal kitchen and access to the gardens, a laundry room and a guest suite. The flat itself is fully double glazed and background heating is provided by white meter radiators. Privacy and security are ensured by a video entry system. The sittingroom is elegant and spacious, the kitchen comes complete with appliances, the dual aspect master bedroom has fitted storage, as does the second bedroom. The bathroom is fully tiled in soft neutral tones and has a shower fitting over the bath. The development is fully factored, details of which may be found within the Home Report. Residents must be at least 60 years of age.
Viewing by appoitment contact Lindsays on 0131 229 4040.
EPC rate C
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