£250,000 Offers over
Well-presented, light and spacious, two-bedroom, ground-floor, dual-aspect flat, in a traditional stone-built tenement, in Edinburgh's popular Polwarth district, to the south-west of the city centre. A spacious hall, with three store cupboards, and large boxroom off, provides access throughout. The front-facing living room features a fine triple-bay window, sanded floorboards, traditional cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, ornate cornice, and an open shelved press. With a rear garden outlook, the light and spacious kitchen features a dining recess, walk-in cupboard, modern units with laminate worktops and mosaic tile splashbacks, and a range of appliances including a ceramic hob, electric oven and extractor hood, a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There are two carpeted double bedrooms, both with plaster cornicework, set to the front and rear respectively, and a rear-set bathroom, featuring a contemporary, white suite with an over-bath electric shower and tiled splashbacks. Polwarth is a popular area comprised mainly of impressive Victorian tenements, and lies just west of the city centre close to Tollcross and the West End. There is good local shopping throughout, Tollcross and Dalry road offer further amenities and supermarkets. Morningside and Bruntsfield offer a vibrant mix of independent, specialist shops, cafes and bars. The Fountain Park Leisure Complex includes a multi-screen cinema, Virgin Active gym and restaurants; the Union canal has walk and cycle paths, whilst Bruntsfield Links and the Meadows offer vast open green spaces. Many attractions, business and educational institutions of Edinburgh centre can be reached easily on foot along with Haymarket Station; whilst regular bus services area available from Dundee Street and Polwarth Gardens.
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