£385,000 Offers over
Desirably located in Edinburgh’s New Town conservation area, just 10 minutes’ walk from Princes Street and Waverley train station, this two-bedroom top/third-floor period tenement flat represents a spacious and characterful city centre home. The flat incorporates generous living areas, plus a study, and enjoys understated neutral interiors enhanced by charming authentic features. Access to a sunny well-maintained communal garden is also provided.
Reached via a secure communal stairwell to the third floor, the front door opens into an inviting pine-floored hall with useful built-in storage. Leading off the hall is a spacious dormer-fronted living room offering delightful open views of the surrounding area. This convivial timber floored sitting area promises excellent space for furniture and is heightened by elegant classic cornicing and a handsome marble and cast-iron fireplace with a living flame fire.
Located to the rear of the property is a bright and spacious kitchen arranged around a central seated dining area and supplemented by a homely electric stove and a window seat overlooking the garden. The kitchen comes fitted with a selection of white and stainless-steel contemporary floor cabinets, paired with counterspace and freestanding goods comprising a gas stove, a dishwasher, a washing machine, and a fridge. A freestanding freezer is currently housed in the adjoining study, whilst two built-in cupboards and fitted shelving provide handy additional storage.
The city home also includes two double bedrooms. The largest bedroom is peacefully located to the rear of the property, with leafy garden views, and retains the period features of pine flooring, ceiling cornicing and an enchanting fire surround. The second bedroom, lit by a sky-light window, is also pine-floored and accompanied by a similarly styled fire surround. Completing the accommodation on offer is a multi-purpose home study/utility room, benefiting from built-in storage and internal windows, and a bathroom appointed in a sympathetically classic fashion. Offset by painted tongue-and-groove panelling, the attractive bathroom is equipped with a WC with a high-level cistern, a basin and vanity unit, and a roll-top bath with an overhead rainfall shower. The property benefits from a gas central heating system.
Externally, the flat is complemented by access to a neatly lawned communal rear garden, with a sunny south-facing aspect. On-street parking in the vicinity falls under Controlled Parking Zone 6.
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