£100,000 Offers over
This bright pleasant first floor apartment forms part of a substantial refurbished four storey sand stone tenement, originally constructed around the end of the nineteenth century. The well-proportioned interior provides a central hallway, an open plan living room/kitchen with a range of storage units and worktops, a double bedroom with two built-in double wardrobes, and a shower room. The property benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazed windows with timber frames, and a security entry phone system. This would make an ideal home for a first-time buyer, or a buy-to-let investor.
Iona Street lies within the popular Leith district, on the north east side of the city, around one mile from Princes Street. This convenient position, close to Easter Road, is well placed for easy access to a wide range of commercial amenities, in addition to a good selection of popular restaurants, bistros and bars. An array of local shops, including a Tesco store on Duke Street, cater for every day needs, whilst the fashionable Port of Leith, Ocean Terminal, and the city centre can be easily reached by car, or by means of regular bus services within the surrounding area. Meadowbank Stadium is also within easy striking distance, while Arthur’s Seat, Holyrood Park and the Scottish Parliament building lie approximately one and a half miles to the south.
Iona Street runs in an east to west direction, joining Leith Walk with Easter Road. Number 83 sits on the north east side of the street, between Dickson Street and Easter Road.
Residents have access an area of communal garden at the rear of the building.
Unrestricted on-street parking is available within Iona Street and parts of the surrounding area.
(5.99m x 3.20m / 19'8" x 10'6")
(3.76m x 2.54m / 12'4" x 8'4")
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