- Tastefully-presented, one-bedroom, first-floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone-built tenement.
- Located in the popular Shandon area, west of the city centre.
- Comprises: an entrance hallway, living / dining, kitchen, double bedroom, box/bedroom and a bathroom.
- This period property includes tall ceilings and generous room sizes, ornate cornice-work, a fitted kitchen, gas central heating and double glazing.
- Externally there is a secured entry system, a large and well-maintained shared green to the rear, and unrestricted parking to the front and surrounding streets.
- Home Report available online.
Tastefully-presented, one-bedroom, first-floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone-built tenement, located in the popular Shandon area, west of the city centre. A generous reception hall gives access throughout and features the secured entry system, carpeted flooring and space for outerwear. The public room is set to the front with space for lounge and dining furniture, ornate cornice-work and ceiling rose, a period feature fireplace and carpeted flooring. Rear facing, the kitchen includes stone-effect worktops, sink with drainer, a tiled surround, an integrated oven, gas hob and filter fan. The spacious double bedroom is also set to the rear and includes a press-cupboard, a built-in wardrobe/store, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. A flexible box-room is set off the hall and features a bespoke mezzanine sleeping level, carpeted flooring and central light fitting. The bathroom has a rear facing window and is fitted with a modern suite including a shower unit over the bath and tiled splash-walls. Shandon is an established suburb to the west of Edinburgh centre and is served by several local shops, with superstores close by including a Sainsbury's at both Gorgie and Longstone, Aldi at Gorgie, and an Asda at Chesser. The expansive Harrison Park, and the Union canal, provide walking and cycling links to the city centre. Also nearby are the delightful Colinton Dell, Water of Leith, and recreational facilities including Nuffield Health Club, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, and the Corn Exchange Leisure Village. Highly-regarded schooling is available at all levels, including Craiglockhart Primary School, just a couple of hundred yards away. The West End of Princes Street can be reached with regular bus services operating to most parts of the city.