£310,000 Offers over
Bright and spacious first floor flat in the prime location of Comely Bank, enjoying the amenity of Stockbridge.
This lovely home forms part of a traditional tenement with a secure entryphone system and a shared rear garden and comprises; hall with storage cupboard, bay windowed lounge with fireplace housing a gas living flame fire, box room, dining kitchen with appliances, two double bedrooms, bathroom with white three piece suite. Gas central heating and double glazing.
The property is just around the corner from the popular “village” of Stockbridge, which is one of Edinburgh’s most sought after residential areas and boasts a host of amenities including a choice of supermarkets, artisan shopping, cafes, bars and restaurants, along with a selection of regular bus services. The Water of Leith Walkway, Inverleith Park and the Botanic Gardens are all within easy reach, as is the city centre and the West End. There are reputable private and state schools in the area.
(5.60m x 4.30m / 18'4" x 14'1")
(5.40m x 3.40m / 17'9" x 11'2")
(2.10m x 1.40m / 6'11" x 4'7")
(3.80m x 4.40m / 12'6" x 14'5")
(3.60m x 2.60m / 11'10" x 8'6")
(2.70m x 1.30m / 8'10" x 4'3")
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