£142,500 Offers over
Well-presented, two-bedroom, mid-terrace house, located in the Easter Drylaw area, north-west of Edinburgh city centre. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, upper landing, two double bedrooms, rear hall, and a bathroom. Features include excellent integrated storage provision, including store cupboards, and insulated loft space, gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, telephone and TV points. Entrance to the property is made through the entrance hall that leads to the varnished timber stairway and living/dining room which is set to the front of the property, has a laminated wood-effect floor, decorative fireplace and shelved cupboard. Overlooking the rear garden, the kitchen is fitted with hard-wood flooring, tiled walls, traditional style kitchen units and laminate worktops, an under-stair cupboard, stainless steel sink, separate gas cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer. The rear hall gives access to the rear garden and has three good sized storage cupboards. Bedroom one, to the rear, is bright and spacious, carpeted and decorated in neutral colours, with ample space for free-standing furniture. Bedroom two is set to the front, with carpet, and three storage cupboards. The bathroom features a contemporary white suite, tiled walls and electric shower. The property sits across from a large open park, and incorporates a private driveway to the front, and a generous and well-tended private garden to the rear, with a metal shed. Easter Drylaw is a well-established residential area with a wealth of local amenities, and is close to major retail outlets, including Craigleith Retail Park. Supermarkets in the area include a Morrisons on Ferry Road, and there are also sports facilities and a swimming pool at the Ainslie Park Leisure Centre. The property lies in a convenient and quiet location close to Ferry Road, the main route crossing the north of the city, which makes it easy to access primary routes to the north and east of Edinburgh. It is served by regular bus services to the city centre and surrounding areas. The area is famous for the Royal Botanic Gardens, with Inverleith Park, Victoria Park and Newhaven Harbour also nearby.
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