£219,500 Offers around
An excellent opportunity has arisen to purchase this impressive ground floor apartment forming part of the highly sought after Charles Church development within the popular Corstorphine district of the city. Conveniently positioned for access to many local amenities and commuting links, this fine home shall suit a wide variety of buyers and early viewing is highly recommended.
Offered to the market in true move-in condition, the property has been finished to the highest of standards with gas central heating, double glazing, security entry system, security alarm system, communal gardens and residents parking. Enjoying a light and neutral interior throughout, the accommodation comprises welcoming entrance hallway with storage facilities, sunny lounge enjoying good natural light, contemporary breakfasting kitchen with integrated appliances, attractive master bedroom with dressingroom and en-suite shower room with mains shower. There is a further good sized double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and completing the accommodation is the modern bathroom comprising of a white three piece suite.
The property is set within communal landscaped ground with residents parking available within the courtyard.
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