£96,000 Offers over
Immaculately-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor studio flat, set quietly to the rear of a traditional stone-built tenement, conveniently located in the popular and vibrant Canonmills area, just north of Edinburgh city centre. The entrance hall gives access throughout., an open plan living space, looks quietly out to the shared gardens and features wood-effect laminate flooring, and an open-shelved press. The bright fitted kitchen includes wood-effect worktops, sink with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated electric oven, ceramic hob and a fridge/freezer. Set to the rear of the room, the sleeping area has overhead storage cupboards above, along with recessed lighting. Set internally off the hall, the WC is fitted with a two piece suite; whilst the shower room has a retractable glass door, tiled walls and an electric shower unit. Canonmills is a fashionable and sought-after area of Edinburgh's city centre. Located adjacent to the iconic New Town, Stockbridge and the bustling east end, there is a range of impressive period buildings, crescents, cobbled streets and charming historic details. Vibrant Broughton Street and nearby Stockbridge provide a range of quality independent retailers including butchers, fishmongers, cafes, restaurants, and bars; whilst supermarket shopping is provided by a Tesco off Broughton Road. Numerous parks provide eclectic green spaces including King George V park, Inverleith Park and the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens. All the attractions of Edinburgh city centre can be reached on foot, whilst a bus service is available from Broughton Street and Broughton Road.
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