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Tastefully-presented and spacious, three-bedroom, lower villa, over two levels with gardens and driveway, part of an impressive C listed stone-built period townhouse. Located in Edinburgh's highly sought-after Newington area, just to the south of the city centre.The accommodation comprises a vestibule, reception hallway, living room, dining/kitchen, three double bedrooms, study, utility/store room, and a family bathroom. This period property features generous room sizes, tall ceilings, front facing bay window with working window shutters, ornate cornice-work and feature fireplaces. Further highlights include kitchen appliances, gas central heating, and sash and casement windows, hardwood and contemporary flooring. Externally, there is a front lawn and summer house, a terrace patio garden to the side, adjacent to the driveway and garage. A main door entrance has storm doors, and gives access to the generous reception hall, with an inner hall giving further access to the front facing living room and the flexible second bedroom. French doors also adjoin both rooms, with the lounge featuring parquet flooring and ornate cornice work. Bedroom one also has a side aspect window and includes a fitted mirrored wardrobe and hardwood flooring. The family room or third bedroom is set to the rear with a side aspect window and feature fireplace; whilst set off is a study or possible dresser. A spacious bathroom with three piece suite completes the ground floor. On the basement level is a generously sized, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with a door to the side garden. Set off the lower hall is a utility / store room. Newington lies roughly two miles south of the city centre, and provides a number of local amenities for everyday needs, offering a variety of specialist shops, and a vibrant atmosphere of bars, restaurants, and cafes. The popular Cameron Toll Centre also offers a selection of high-street shops, and a Sainsbury's superstore. A convenient location for Edinburgh University, The Royal Infirmary and the Scottish Parliament, there are also many open green-spaces including Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat, Blackford Hill and The Meadows together with the Royal Commonwealth Pool, formerly a venue for the Commonwealth Games. Well-regarded schooling is available at all levels within the area, and a regular public transport service provides easy access to and from the city centre.
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