£155,000 Offers over
Oswald Terrace is a spacious 2 bedroom first floor flat which is located in a most sought after location. Offering ample storage and fabulous communal garden this would be a great investment for first time buyer or investor alike.
View early to avoid disappointment.
The property benefits from Gas central heating and double glazing.
Bright welcoming hallway
Spacious bright dining lounge
Feature fire and surround
2 Good sized bedrooms
Built in wardrobes in bedroom 1
Stylish shower room
On street parking
Corstorphine lies to the west of the city centre with excellent
transport links across Edinburgh, to the Forth Bridges, the airport, the M8,
the M9 and the City Bypass. It comprises substantial stone properties,
bungalows and flats along with more modern developments. Corstorphine
has a vibrant commercial hub with a wide range of cafes, bars and shops
and the Gyle Shopping Centre is close by giving access to a range of high
street retailers. Despite its proximity to the city centre, it is a leafy ,
tranquil residential area within easy reach of Corstorphine Hill which is
ideal for people who enjoy the outdoors but want the convenience of city
Viewing is by Appointment with Gibson Estate Agents 0131 297 3177
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