£199,500 Offers over
Rare opportunity to purchase this ideal investment property placed within a traditional sandstone building suitable for a full internal renovation to add value or potential as a HMO rental. The property offers significant accommodation with flexibly to reconfigure the layout to offer more bedrooms subject to relevant planning consent. Early viewing is essential.
Trinity is a well-established residential area about two and a half miles north of the city centre with convenient links to Edinburgh Airport and the Central Scotland Motorway Network. Close by Victoria Park provides lovely open green spaces with two play parks while further leisure facilities are available at Next Generation leisure complex in nearby Newhaven Harbour. There are a wide variety of supermarkets conveniently located including Asda, Morrisons, and Sainsbury's. Nearby Leith is renowned for its excellent choice of pubs and restaurants. Trinity has excellent primary and secondary schooling as well as being within walking and easy driving distance of a wide variety of private schools including The Edinburgh Academy, Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools, St George's, Cargilfield and Fettes College.
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