£290,000 Guide Price
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25/2 Pittville Street is a stylishly presented, bright and exceptionally spacious upper flat forming part of a Grade B listed Georgian house, situated within minutes of Abercorn Park and Portobello Promenade and Beach.
Entered through a shared vestibule, the accommodation comprises: private internal stairwell leading to entrance hall; impressive living room with feature fireplace with Carrara Marble surround, Edinburgh Press cupboard and ornate cornicing; modern, well-equipped dining kitchen; double bedrooms 1 and 2 and contemporary slate tiled wetroom.
This property benefits from gas central heating; sash &case windows with working shutters, stripped wood doors throughout and unrestricted street parking to front.
The energy efficiency rating for this property is band E.
It is our understanding that this property is subject to Council Tax Band D, however please check with the local authority.
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