Set within exclusive Dean Village, within the Dean conservation area, this third/top-floor flat enjoys delightful city views and neutrally-decorated interiors, including two bedrooms, a spacious reception room, and a dining kitchen, plus a west-facing private balcony and access to a shared rear garden.
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• Third/top-floor flat
• Prime city location
• Dean conservation area
• Secure entry system
• Entrance hall with storage
• Spacious living/dining room
• Well-equipped kitchen
• Two double bedrooms
• Three-piece bathroom
• West-facing balcony
• Communal rear garden
• Permit parking (Zone 5)
• EH and DG
Approached via a secure communal entrance and a stairwell, the flat’s front door opens into a hallway with a handy built-in cupboard.
Straight ahead, a bright, dual-aspect living and dining room opens onto a delightful west-facing balcony with views over the surrounding city architecture. The airy reception room is supplemented by built-in storage and enjoys a backdrop of neutral décor and carpeting, whilst a traditional fireplace creates an attractive focal point. Plenty of space is available for various arrangements of furniture, catering for both everyday living and dining. A conveniently-adjoined kitchen, featuring built-in pantry storage, is styled with modern white cabinetry and contrasting black worktops, neatly accommodating an integrated oven, a gas hob, and an overhead extractor fan, and appliances.
Returning back through the hall, you reach two double bedrooms, both continuing the flat’s neutral palette and enjoying the benefit of built-in storage.
Finally, a bathroom features a bathtub with a shower overhead, a WC, and a basin set into storage. Electric heating and double glazing are found throughout.
One of the capital’s most desirable residential areas, idyllic Dean Village is characterised by its fascinating range of ancient buildings and beautiful riverside setting, straddling the Water of Leith. Just a stone’s throw from the capital’s stylish West End and a short stroll from Princes Street, Dean Village residents enjoy a quaint lifestyle in a wonderfully convenient city setting. Steeped in history, this urban oasis is cherished for its former grain milling industry; the remnants of which can still be seen today. Notable landmarks include the monumental Dean Bridge and the iconic Well Court, which housed water mill workers. A selection of shops, bars and eateries can be found nearby on Queensferry Street, whilst sophisticated Stockbridge offers an excellent range of additional amenities, including a Waitrose supermarket. Dean Village is in the catchment area for reputable state schools, while several independent schools are also located nearby. The picturesque area is ideal for dog walkers, runners and cyclists, with the deep gorge of the Water of Leith and delightful Dean Gardens on the doorstep, just waiting to be explored. Other recreational facilities include the swimming pool and fitness classes at Drumsheugh Baths Club, Edinburgh Sports Club, Dean Tennis and Squash Club, and two art galleries; the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One and Two. The tranquil area is well-connected to the rest of the city via public transport and cycle paths. Haymarket railway station can be reached on foot in less than fifteen minutes.
Home report valuation £240,000