Located in a quiet cul-de-sac close to all the fantastic amenities of The Inch, this delightful two-bedroom end-terrace house with a large garden would make a perfect home for a young family, professional, or rental investor, and has a private drive for further convenience.
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• Convenient city location
• Peaceful cul-de-sac
• Entrance hall
• Spacious living room
• Light and airy dining kitchen
• One double bedroom (with storage)
• One single bedroom
• Large wrap-around private garden
• Private driveway
The property is accessed via the driveway and an attractive portico gives further kerb appeal. Entering the property, you come into an hall and to the right is a sunny living room with under-stair storage. A large room with plush carpeting, plenty of space is provided for furniture and a home study area and the room is perfect for socialising and relaxing in the evenings. Conveniently accessed from the living room is a dining kitchen, which has a pleasant outlook over the garden. Decorated in a fresh mint-green, storage is provided by a U-shaped layout of cabinets, and there is an integrated oven, a gas hob, a washing machine, and a fridge/freezer.
To the side there is ample space for a sociable dining set-up, and a door provides handy access to the garden. Upstairs you will find a large double bedroom with southwest-facing windows, a comfortable carpet, and handy inbuilt storage, as well as space for further bedroom furniture. To the back you will find a single bedroom which is also well proportioned. Completing the accommodation is a light and airy family bathroom in white with feature tiling, a WC, a basin, and a shower-over-bath.
Conveniently located under three miles south of the city centre and enveloped by open green spaces, the Inch offers a tranquil, relaxed lifestyle, popular with families and professionals alike. The area is served by excellent local services and amenities, including a Scotmid, a pharmacy and a choice of takeaways, as well as nearby Cameron Toll Shopping Centre, which boasts a Sainsbury’s supermarket and a range of high-street retailers. Residents of the Inch have wealth of outdoor activities right on their doorstep, particularly at Inch Park. Set in the grounds of historic Inch House and intersected by the Braid Burn, the park is cherished for its tree-lined paths and rich, diverse wildlife. The park also accommodates Inch Park Community Sport Club, which is home to fantastic sports facilities and the local cricket, football and rugby clubs. The Inch is served by good local schools at primary and secondary level, as well as being ideally placed for some of the city’s tertiary education institutions. Thanks to its southerly location, the Inch allows swift and easy access to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh Airport and the M8/M9 motorway network, and enjoys excellent public transport links into the city centre and beyond.
Home report valuation £180,000