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This comfortable pleasantly modernised ground floor apartment forms part of a substantial three storey sandstone tenement built around the late 19th century. This sits in a very quiet position at the end of a partly cobbled tree-lined cul-de-sac only seconds from the banks of the Union Canal. The easily managed well-presented interior offers a central hallway with a built-in cupboard, a spacious twin-windowed living room with direct access to the small but well-fitted kitchen, a generous double bedroom, and the delightful extensively tiled bathroom incorporating an electric shower fitting over the bath. Further benefits include double glazed windows with uPVC frames, gas central heating fired by a Combi boiler, and a security entry phone system. Residents have access to a well-kept fully enclosed communal garden at the rear of the building.
Zone S3 Residents' Permit Parking is available on application to Edinburgh Council, on the payment of the applicable fee for the area and style of vehicle.
(3.61m x 2.95m / 11'10" x 9'8")
(1.91m x 1.75m / 6'3" x 5'9")
(4.80m x 3.12m / 15'9" x 10'3")
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