£285,000 Offers over
Beautifully-presented, two-bedroom, first-floor flat with a communal rear garden, offering generous accommodation within a traditional terrace, located in the Trinity district of Edinburgh. Rich in traditional features, the accommodation consists of an entrance hall, living room, dining/kitchen, two double bedrooms, a box room, bathroom and utility room. Offering some fine traditional features such as ornate cornicework, the property benefits from real wood flooring, gas central heating, TV and telephone points, a secure entry system, and good storage provision. External features include a well-maintained communal rear garden with a paved seating area; as well as unrestricted on-street parking. Accessed via a well-kept common entrance, the property is entered via a spacious entrance hall providing access to all rooms except the utility room, featuring a built-in cupboard and the entryphone handset. Set to the front of the property, the good-sized living room includes a gas fireplace and a bay window providing excellent natural light; whilst the rear-facing dining/kitchen features modern wall and base units with integrated appliances including a Rangemaster 6-ring gas hob with twin electric oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There are also two double bedrooms set to both aspects, with space for freestanding bedroom furniture; a rear-facing bathroom featuring a three-piece suite including a shower over the bath; a good-sized box room; and a rear-facing utility room accessed off the kitchen. Trinity is a popular area, close to excellent local shopping and public transport links, and some of Edinburgh's finest open spaces. The area is well-served by supermarkets, including Waitrose at Comely Bank, ASDA at Granton and Morrisons on Ferry Road. Nearby Stockbridge is home to a variety of delicatessens, cafés, restaurants, butchers, and greengrocers, whilst both Craigleith Retail Park and Ocean Terminal provide a range of high-street stores. Recreational options include cycle paths and walkways along the Water of Leith, the famous Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park, as well as the Ainslie Park Leisure Centre. There is a choice of well-regarded public and private schools close by, including Edinburgh Academy and the iconic Fettes College.
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