£510,000 Offers over
**UNDER OFFER** Characterised by original features including exposed brick walls and pitch pine beams, this five bedroom semi-detached stable conversion is simply brimming with authentic period charm and offers a wealth of flexible family accommodation over two levels.
One of just a handful of homes along leafy Juniperlee, a narrow lane off the Lanark Road thoroughfare, the property enjoys a tranquil setting that feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle. Handsome stone gateposts mark the entrance to a cobbled driveway, over which the property has right of access to its own private gated driveway and garden. The house, with its natural brick façade and reproduction astragal windows, instantly conveys a traditional and homely feel. Solid wood storm doors and a charming cobbled entrance vestibule lead into the welcoming hall, whose solid oak floor contrasts beautifully with the pitch pine beams, grand staircase and panelled ceiling arch. The large living room is flooded with natural light courtesy of twin south-facing windows and, as a reminder of its original use, has retained an attractive cast iron tethering post. The contemporary farmhouse-inspired kitchen is lined with solid oak in-frame Shaker cabinetry, which is painted in classic chalk hues and topped with solid oak, offers a number of integrated appliances and a Rangemaster dual-fuel range cooker as well as a dining area and a separate utility room. Also on the ground floor are a spacious dining room (or double bedroom) with a built-in mirrored cupboard; a versatile family room/study or guest bedroom; a well-proportioned double bedroom; and the three-piece family bathroom, which is finished with luxurious Porcelanosa marble tiles. Upstairs, the property boasts a dual-aspect master bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes, drawers and cupboards. The second double bedroom and two further single bedrooms all enjoy convenient built-in storage, as does the airy three-piece shower room. The property benefits from gas central heating and a mixture of double glazed and single glazed windows. The south-facing private front garden is fully enclosed for maximum security, and features a cobbled courtyard under an enchanting timber pergola, which is draped in wisteria. There is also a manicured lawn and a raised herb garden, plus a good-sized shed, external lighting and an outdoor tap.
Juniper Green is ideally located for travel to the east or west being 1.5 miles away from the City Bypass. The City Centre can be reached by bus or car within 20 to 25 minutes. The area is well served by public transport with a bus stop located at the end of the street, as well as a local train station nearby providing services to and from the City Centre. Excellent local state schooling is available at Juniper Green primary school and Currie High School and there is easy access to a number of private establishments such as George Watsons College, Edinburgh Steiner School, Merchiston Castle Boys School and George Heriots. Additionally, a number of private nurseries are located within the area. HOME REPORT £530,000. EPC BAND D.
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