£260,000 Offers over
**Closing date is set for Tuesday 8th of November @ 12 noon**Beautifully-presented, two-bedroom, second-floor flat with a communal rear garden, set in a Victorian stone-built tenement, located in the Morningside area, south of Edinburgh City Centre. Rich in traditional features, the accommodation consists of an entrance hall, living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom and utility room. Features include gas central heating, real wood flooring, ornate cornicework, TV and telephone points, a secure entry system and excellent storage provision. Externally, the property includes a shared garden to the rear, as well as ample permit on-street parking. The property begins with a welcoming entrance hall providing access to all rooms, featuring two built-in store cupboards and the entryphone handset. Offering space for a dining table and chairs, the generously-sized living room includes a handsome gas fireplace and a front-facing bay window overlooking Morningside Road; whilst the kitchen benefits from dual-access via the living room and hall, and features modern wall and base units, gas hob, electric oven, an integrated dishwasher, stainless-steel sink, splashback tiling and unit downlights. There are also two double bedrooms set to both aspects (one with built-in cupboards) with space for freestanding bedroom furniture; a stylish, rear-facing bathroom featuring a contemporary white three-piece suite, walk-in shower and underfloor heating; and a rear-facing utility room benefiting from underfloor heating. Morningside is a highly-desirable residential area to the south of Edinburgh city centre, with the bustling local streets offering popular bistros, restaurants, bars, cafes, and specialist shops, together with one of the city's two Waitrose supermarkets. Schooling in the local area include the highly-esteemed South Morningside Primary, St Peter's RC Primary, Boroughmuir High School, and many renowned private schools. Morningside is known for its leisure provision including the Dominon cinema, together with public parks such as Braidburn Valley and the Hermitage of Braid, as well as various golf courses and sports centres. The A702 offers access to the city bypass to the south, whilst regular bus services are available form the A702 and Morningside Drive.
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