£265,000 Offers over
Beautifully-presented, bright and spacious two-bedroom, second-floor flat with a well-maintained communal rear garden, set in an elegant Victorian stone-built tenement in Edinburgh's popular Shandon area, south-west of Edinburgh City centre.The spacious dual-aspect property lies adjacent to Harrison Park and consists of an entrance hall, bay-windowed lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms, an en-suite and a bathroom.Offering fine character features with ornate Victorian cornicework, a gas fireplace and original wood floor boards, the property benefits from modern double glazing, tiled bathrooms and kitchen, gas central heating, combi boiler and good storage provision.Externally, the property has access to a large, well-maintained communal rear garden. Shandon is an established suburb in North Merchiston to the south-west of central Edinburgh within walking distance of Haymarket station. Nearby supermarkets include a Sainsbury's at Gorgie, Waitrose in Morningside and Asda at Chesser. The expansive Harrison Park, and the Union canal, provide walking and cycling links to the city centre. Also nearby are the delightful Colinton Dell, Water of Leith, and recreational facilities including Nuffield Health Club at Fountain Park, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, and the Corn Exchange Leisure Village. Highly-regarded schooling is available at all levels, including Craiglockhart Primary School, just a couple of hundred yards away. The West End of Princes Street can be reached with regular bus services operating to most parts of the city.
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