£124,995 Fixed price
By appt with Neilsons on 0131 625 2222
UNDER OFFER. This attractive warm and inviting second floor (top floor) retirement flat forms part of an established courtyard development (Hanover Housing) which is pleasantly positioned within the heart of Corstorphine, close to excellent day to day amenities and well placed for commuting to the City Centre and surrounding areas by way of good public transport.
This lovely home peacefully enjoys a leafy open aspect over parkland from all rear windows is offered to the market in move-in condition. The main reception is accessed by way of a secure entry system with lift and stair access to all floors. Flat 51 is quietly positioned on the 2nd floor and comprises; welcoming entrance hallway with storage facilities, comfortable well-proportioned lounge/dining room with twin window formation to rear providing a tranquil leafy aspect beyond. A door gives direct access to the bright well laid out kitchen which has ample modern wall and base units with splash back tiling. Finally, there is a large double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a partly tiled shower room. Further benefits include electric heating, double glazing, good built in storage/wardrobes and residential parking
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