£215,000 Fixed price
***UNDER OFFER*** ***FIXED PRICE - BELOW HR VALUATION*** This bright first floor apartment forms part of a handsome three storey stone built tenement constructed around the end of the 19th century. Approached from a well-kept communal staircase, the property has been pleasantly modernised and freshly decorated to offer comfortable accommodation, ideal for private occupation, or alternatively a buy-to-let investment opportunity. The easily managed layout provides a living room with decorative cornice work and a coal effect living flame fire, housed within a timber fireplace surround with a black slate inset and hearth, two double bedrooms - one with a built-in vanity style wash basin, the well fitted/equipped kitchen, and a bathroom which includes an electric shower fitting over the bath. All timber floors have been sanded and sealed, and there is a gas central heating system fired by a Combi boiler, and a security entry phone system. Attractive features include natural timber doors throughout, and the open roof-top views towards the distant Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags.
The much sought after Morningside district lies on the south side of the city just over two and a half miles from Princes Street, close to Merchiston and Craiglockhart. This convenient location affords easy access to many commercial facilities with an excellent range of shops, including a Waitrose Supermarket and Marks &Spencer’s Simply Food, together with a selection of popular restaurants, bars, and a local cinema. Regular bus services run to and from the main city centre and other parts of Edinburgh, and easy access can be gained to the city ring road, linking with East Lothian and the M8 and M9 motorway network, along with Edinburgh's International Airport. There is also a good selection of primary and secondary schooling within the area, while the sporting and outdoor enthusiast is well catered for with several well-known golf courses nearby, country style walks at Craiglockhart Hill, Braidburn Valley, and the Hermitage, and the Pentland Hills to the south offering further pleasant walks and the Hillend dry ski-slope.
Plewlands Terrace runs in a north to south direction connecting Craighouse Terrace with Morningside Drive. Number 15 sits on the west side of the street, near the opening to Plewlands Avenue.
Residents have access to a large well-kept enclosed communal garden at the rear of the building.
The property will be sold with all blinds, light fittings, and the kitchen appliances, namely the integral stainless steel oven, electric hob, filter hood, washing machine, and refrigerator. There is also a fridge/freezer in the hall cupboard.
(4.11m x 3.17m / 13'6" x 10'5")
(2.24m x 2.13m / 7'4" x 7'0")
(3.15m x 3.07m / 10'4" x 10'1")
(5.56m x 2.03m / 18'3" x 6'8")
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