£190,000 Offers over
Spacious and elegant, one-bedroom ground floor, main-door flat, with box room and private garden. Set in a traditional stone-built Victorian row of residential homes, located in the popular Gorgie area, to the south west of Edinburgh city centre. Access is gained from the rear of the building, via the private doorway into the entrance vestibule which includes the original mosaic tiled floor. A vestibule entrance features period mosaic tiled flooring and opens to a good-sized hall which gives further access throughout and includes space for outerwear, a built-in storage cupboard and wooden flooring. Set to the rear, the bright and welcoming living room is complete with wooden flooring, a wood-burning stove with surround, set adjacent is the boxroom which is currently in use as a walk-in wardrobe. Set to the front, the bright and impressive kitchen is fitted with modern units, granite worktops, a substantial island with seating, a large pantry and window seat. Appliances include a fully integrated double oven with halogen hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Bedroom one is set to the rear and is complete with wooden flooring, a central light fixture and ample room for freestanding bedroom furniture. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fitted with a modern three-piece suite, a mains over bath shower, tiled flooring and walls and a ladder-style radiator.
Gorgie is a popular and historic district of Edinburgh, just west of the city centre, comprising mostly of traditional stone-built tenements. Gorgie Road has a vibrant atmosphere, and provides extensive local amenities along its length, with a Sainsbury's, providing superstore shopping. There are a number of leisure opportunities including Dalry swimming pool, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, and Fountain Park with a multi-screen cinema, fitness centre and numerous restaurants. Frequent bus services are available from Gorgie Road, whilst Haymarket Station, Napier and Heriot-Watt universities and Edinburgh College are also within easy reach. A short walk from the property is Murrayfield Rugby grounds whilst the Water of Leith Walkway also lies close to the property providing short access to Currie and Stockbridge, home to many small eateries, bars and restaurants.
Council Tax Band: C
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