£190,000 Offers over
Immaculately-presented, one-bedroom, dual-aspect flat, occupying part of the third (top) floor of a traditional, stone-built Victorian tenement in Edinburgh's sought-after Roseburn, lying to the west of the city centre. The entrance hall has the secure entry phone, carpeted flooring, a store cupboard and serves each room within the flat. Set to the front of the property, the bright and tastefully finished living room features a recessed window allowing plentiful natural light, an ornate cornice, press shelving and a feature fireplace. The spacious dining kitchen is fitted with modern units, wood effect worktops, a stainless steel sink and tiled splashbacks. Appliances include an integrated gas hob, electric oven, extractor hood, freestanding fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The double bedroom is very bright, with a plain cornice, fitted wardrobe, carpeting and decorative fireplace, whilst the box room is carpeted, with ample storage space. The bathroom features a contemporary white three-piece suite, an electric shower over the bath and panel splashbacks. Roseburn, a popular and high amenity residential area, is conveniently situated for ease of access to the City Centre, Edinburgh Airport, Haymarket Rail Station, City Bypass and the motorway network, plus the wealth of facilities available in the city centre. Local amenities include include the green space of Roseburn Public Park, the delightful Water of Leith Walkway, the Scottish Galleries of Modern Art, Murrayfield Stadium and Ice Rink and Edinburgh Zoo. There is an excellent selection of local shops, catering for day-to-day needs, with further extensive shopping in nearby Corstorphine (approximately a mile and a half westwards) and at the Gyle Centre a little further distant.
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