UNDER OFFER -Representing a tempting proposition for a rental investor with a sitting tenant, this Georgian top-floor flat is centrally-located in popular Leith, surrounded by outstanding local amenities and a stone’s throw from the picturesque waterfront.
• B-listed Georgian tenement
• Well-presented top-floor flat
• Secure shared stairwell
• Entrance hall with storage
• Good-sized living/dining room
• Modern fitted kitchen
• Cosy double bedroom
• Fully-tiled shower room
• Separate two-piece WC
• Low-maintenance shared terrace
• Unrestricted on-street parking
• Gas central heating
• EPC Rating – D
• Council Tax Band – B
A terrace leads to the secure shared front door, where a communal stairwell takes you to the top floor and the flat’s front door. A hallway welcomes you inside and accommodates a large built-in storage cupboard. The hall flows towards a reception room positioned to the front of the property, enjoying the morning sun through a recessed easterly-facing window. Here, plenty of space is provided for both lounge and dining furniture, with a wall-mounted fire as a cosy focal point. Neutral décor and carpeting and an earthy-toned feature wall enhanced the sense of light and space in the reception room. Next door, a sunny kitchen is equipped with a selection of modern, wood-styled cabinets framed by granite-inspired worktops and splashbacks and integrated with an electric oven, a gas hob, and an extractor hood.
The flat’s skylit double bedroom features neutral décor and a striking accent wall, and offers space for a double bed and further furniture. Finally, a fully-tiled shower room with a shower enclosure, and a separate two-piece WC with towel radiator and a mirrored vanity cabinet complete the accommodation on offer. The flat is heated by a gas central heating system.
Externally, the shared terrace to the front offers a tranquil outdoor space for relaxing, and parking on Portland Terrace is conveniently unrestricted.
Extras: The property is being sold as seen with a sitting tenant.
Located just two miles northeast of the city centre, the historic and vibrant district of Leith is characterised by an eclectic mix of bars, cafés and eateries. The area also benefits from a wealth of retail outlets, including Ocean Terminal, which hosts over 80 high street stores, as well as family restaurants, a 24-hour gym and a multiplex cinema. Leith’s rich cultural scene is further enhanced by several annual festivals, such as the Hidden Door Festival, live music venues, galleries and artists’ studios. The district also encompasses the Shore: a fashionable waterfront with an array of pubs and restaurants, including Michelin-starred restaurants. Amidst the bustle of Leith are various tranquil green spaces, such as Leith Links and Claremont Park, while Leith Victoria Swim Centre provides outstanding indoor sport and leisure facilities including a pool, fitness studios and a gym. Edinburgh city centre is easily accessible, day and night, by bus and there is also a direct bus link to the Edinburgh Airport.
Home report valuation £120,000