£485,000 Offers over
This rarely available 1930s semi-detached house commands a unique elevated position in the exclusive area of Murrayfield enjoying spectacular southerly views across the city’s skyline to the Pentland Hills. The three-bedroom property offers relaxing contemporary interiors enhanced by original features, generous living and entertaining spaces, and sits within charming mature landscaped gardens. From almost every aspect, including the rear gardens, the property offers stunning views.
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The panoramic outlook over Edinburgh to the Pentland Hills changes constantly from day-to-night and from season-to-season, making 31 Belmont Gardens a truly special home. The property’s original features have been carefully maintained including fully refurbished and draught-proofed sash-and-case windows, pine floorboards, a pitch pine staircase and solid wood panelled doors. Murrayfield enjoys a wealth of outstanding amenities within walking distance, including fantastic shopping facilities, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues plus excellent schools and transport links.
• 1930's Semi-Detached House
• Situated within an exclusive city location, offering some of the finest views in Edinburgh
• An elegant blend of modern and traditional features
• Bay-windowed living room and master bedroom with breathtaking panoramic views
• Generous formal dining room
• Stylish kitchen
• Three double bedrooms
• Spacious family bathroom
• Peaceful and private front, side and rear gardens
• Unrestricted on-street parking
• Home Report Value ï¿½495,000 EPC Band - E
The entrance to the property is reached via a flight of stone steps flanked by wonderful mature gardens. On entering the vestibule, a large picture window floods the hallway with natural light. A double-depth cupboard is neatly concealed under the stairs offering the first of many storage options. Soft, neutral décor complemented by the warmth and character of the original flooring, gives an immediate impression of space and light and showcases the fresh modern interiors and charming period features which flow throughout this property.
Continuing to the living room, an impressive reception room is filled with light from a magnificent southeast-facing bay window framing panoramic views over the Edinburgh skyline towards the rugged Pentland Hills. This elegant room is styled to mirror the adjoining dining room and incorporates matching fireplaces and Edinburgh Press cupboards. A set of French doors open wide into a formal dining room with tranquil aspect overlooking the leafy rear garden and offering a similar abundance of space, traditional detail and style as the living room. A large dining table and chairs can be accommodated comfortably and the room integrates with the living room to provide an exceptional reception space for socialising and entertaining.
Ideally positioned next door to the dining room is a contemporary kitchen which houses an expanse of sleek, high-quality gloss cream cabinets, beautifully complemented by solid oak worktops and metro-styled splashback tiling. This well-appointed kitchen incorporates a range of integrated appliances including: a newly installed double oven, ceramic hob, washer-dryer, dishwasher, fridge with frozen food compartment and a statement extractor hood. The opposite run of cabinets is entirely dedicated to wall and floor cupboard storage. From the kitchen, a partial-glazed door and window frames lovely garden views and affords access to one of a number of sun patios.
The first-floor accommodation is reached via the original pitch pine staircase which curves up from the entrance hall past a pretty landing window to the upper hall with a second double depth storage cupboard. Access to the floored attic is via a hatch in the hallway and Ramsay Ladders. The three generously-proportioned double bedrooms found here are all beautifully styled in warm neutral tones, feature traditional sash-and-case windows and are fitted with plush carpeting for optimal comfort. One of the bedrooms additionally benefits from full-height fitted wardrobes and the bay-windowed master bedroom enjoys the same breathtaking open views as the living room.
The third bedroom currently accommodates a small double bed comfortably but could alternatively be utilised as a home office or study. Completing the accommodation, is a spacious family bathroom, fully-tiled in warm, understated tones and fitted with an electric shower-over-bath with a glazed screen, and a WCsuite set into a vanity unit. The home is heated by gas central heating.
Externally the property sits within beautifully landscaped and private gardens to the front, side and rear. The terraced enclosed rear garden features a delightful combination of lawn, rockery and extensive natural stone sun patios - all framed by neat box hedging, colourful planting and a mature apple tree - the perfect outdoor space for barbecues and alfresco dining.
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