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Most impressive, substantial end of terrace villa on a prime elevated site, boasting a south-facing rear garden and garage and situated a very short walk from the green expanse of Leith Links. Viewing is a must of this excellent family home which is full of character and much enhanced by beautiful period features including stained glass panels, fireplaces and decorative cornicework. The light and spacious accommodation is flexible, with a bathroom on each floor and the possibility of a downstairs bedroom if required. A wooden stair accesses the attic, which has the potential for conversion into additional living space, subject to one obtaining the necessary consents from the Local Authority. You can enjoy the sun for much of the day in the fully enclosed rear garden as it faces due south. The garage at the foot of the garden has vehicular access from Clarebank Crescent. The accommodation comprises of an entrance vestibule and hallway, bay living room, dining room, family room/bedroom 5, kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, stairway to large attic, gas central heating and lovely gardens front and rear, garage and outhouse.
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