£225,000 Offers over
Bright two bedroom first floor retirement flat, quietly situated within an exclusive McCarthy and Stone development in the popular area of Newington, lying to the South of Edinburgh city centre. Internally, the property is well presented and particularly spacious, originally being two separate large one bedroom flats. Externally, the development benefits from immaculate shared garden grounds with attractive seating areas and a residents' car park providing ample off street parking.
The development is factored by First Port Property Services Limited and benefits from lift access, 24 hour emergency care-line system, secure intercom entry, house manager service, guest room, laundry room, resident's lounge and private residents' parking.
The highly regarded Newington district lies to the south of the city centre. The area is well served by a good range of local shops and amenities including a Tesco Metro and Sainsbury’s supermarket, Cameron Toll Shopping Centre, doctor and dental surgeries, a Pharmacy, Post Office and Banking facilities. Local leisure and recreational facilities in the area include the Festival and Queen’s Hall Theatres, the new Royal Commonwealth Pool, Craigmillar Golf Course and walks around Blackford Hill. The nearby districts of Morningside and Marchmont are also within easy reach providing a number of specialist shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. Regular buses run from the area to the city centre and surrounding areas. The property is also ideally located for access to the A1, city bypass and wider motorway network.
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