£120,000 Offers over
By appt 0131 629 2602 .
This beautifully presented third floor apartment forms part of converted Victorian printing factory and is well placed for access to the city centre and a host of excellent amenities. The property has been recently redecorated by the current owner and benefits from lift access, double glazing, electric heating, and an allocated parking space. Early viewing is highly recommended.
The accommodation comprises; secure entry system with well maintained communal entrance, internal hallway with three useful storage cupboards, spacious and bright dining lounge with open outlook, modern fitted kitchen with stylish range of upper and lower units including appliances, generously proportioned double bedroom with built in fitted wardrobes, and impressive bathroom with contemporary three piece suite including electric shower over bath.
An allocated parking space can be found to the rear of the development with secure gated access. Trinity Factors factor the development with a monthly fee of approx. £55 that covers the upkeep of the common areas, an onsite janitor (weekdays only), as well as buildings insurance.
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