£235,000 Offers over
We are proud to bring this bright and spacious family three bedroom, first floor apartment forming part of a traditional tenement block.
The property is in excellent order throughout enjoying a southerly outlook toward Arthurs Seat boasting outstanding panoramic views.
Entered via a tidy communal stair, the property comprises of: Large welcoming hallway with two fitted cupboards, the second a deep pantry and utility space containing washing machine and fridge freezer (included in the sale).
The bright and spacious living room with southerly outlook features wood burning stove and excellent views of the city. Adjacent, the modern fitted kitchen with floor and wall mounted units and wooden worktop includes integrated appliances; electric oven, gas hob and dishwasher.
This beautiful home includes two large double bedrooms presented with tranquil neutral décor, and third generously proportioned single bedroom. The bright and airy bathroom features a white three piece suite. The property further benefits from a very large (due to corner plot) communal garden to rear. Gas central heated via a combi boiler.
Lying approximately two miles northeast of Edinburgh, and nestled between Trinity and Leith, is the desirable village of Newhaven. The village retains much of its historical character as a thriving fishing port, and is now earmarked as one of the citys conservation areas. At the heart of the community is the tranquil harbour and lighthouse, and the Victorian fish market which houses a fishmonger alongside a choice of excellent restaurants.
Newhaven is a true 20 minute neighbourhood, with all amenities within walking distance. These include a 24-hour ASDA superstore and Ocean Terminal, which is home to high-street stores, restaurants, a multi-screen cinema, soft play and a 24-hour gym. The Michelin-starred restaurants, cafes and independent shops of fashionable Leith and The Shore are also within easy reach.
A variety of high quality green spaces are easily reached from the property including Edinburghs waterfront promenade, Victoria Park and St Marks Park. The city centre, Haymarket, Leith Walk, Cramond, Queensferry and many other parts of the city are easily accessed on foot and by bike via the Hawthornvale Path, part of the North Edinburgh path network.
The excellent public transport links will be further enhanced by the forthcoming extension of the tramline. This will terminate at the end of the street, and provide direct links to Leith Walk, city centre, the Gyle and the airport. For those wishing to travel further afield, Newhavens northerly position enables easy access to the Queensferry Crossing, City Bypass and motorway network.
The property sits within the desirable Victoria and Trinity catchment areas.
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