£215,000 Offers over
Just a stone's throw from bustling Bristo Square, 35 Lothian Street is a commanding building, with an array of arched windows making a wonderful first impression. Flat 15 is accessed off a well kept communal stair via secure entry phone system. The front door of this top floor flat opens into a welcoming hallway where tall ceilings and archways offer a glimpse of the traditional charm which runs throughout. The spacious living room enjoys a southwesterly aspect and a delightful fireplace offers a focal point for furniture to be set around; there is ample space to create a dining area. The galley kitchen is fitted with wall and base cabinets and comes complete with integrated appliances. Two double bedrooms offer generous proportions and completing the flat is the three-piece shower room. Further benefits include GCH, a communal garden and zoned residents' permit parking.
Once the home of Charles Darwin, Lothian Street now forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Old Town offers numerous amenities, including cafés, bars, restaurants, eclectic shops, galleries and a wide variety of entertainment. regular buses run from the area and Princes Street is within walking distance. Waverly train station and the bus station at St Andrew's Square can also be reached on foot. Edinburgh University is within striking distance and the flat is within catchment of some of Edinburgh's renowned public and private schools.
Home Report: £225,000 EPC: D
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