Located in the heart of the highly sought-after Leith area of Edinburgh, this two-bedroom flat is positioned on the second floor of a traditional building and features a generous living and dining room, a well-equipped kitchen, two double bedrooms, a three-piece bathroom, a communal garden to the rear, and unrestricted on-street parking.
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• Desirable Leith location
• Traditional building
• Secure entrance
• Bright hallway
• Living room with recessed dining nook
• Well-equipped kitchen
• Two double bedrooms
• Modern three-piece bathroom
• Communal rear garden
• Unrestricted on-street parking
• GCH & DG
Accessed by a secure entrance and communal stairwell, the front door of this flat opens into a welcoming hallway which leads to a generous living and dining room. The reception room has a bright and airy feel owing to a high ceiling and has been decorated in tasteful neutrals. The room is further enhanced by a useful storage cupboard and a feature mantlepiece while a recessed dining nook provides the perfect space to house a dining table and chairs. Next door to the living space is a well-equipped kitchen with wall-mounted and base fitted units and monochrome tiled splashbacks. The new owner will further benefit from on oven with a gas hob, an under-counter washing machine, a fridge and a freezer.
Across the hallway lie two well-proportioned double bedrooms. The larger of the two boasts a twin window which floods the room with natural light as well as an open Edinburgh Press and a sizeable storage cupboard. The second bedroom also features an Edinburgh Press and enjoys views over the street below. Completing the accommodation is a modern three-piece bathroom comprising a shower-over-bath with a glazed screen, a WC, and a basin set into built-in storage. Double glazing and gas central heating ensure the property is warm and welcoming.
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 shopping centre, which hosts a wide range of 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 annual festivals, live music venues, galleries, and artists’ studios. The district also encompasses the Shore: a fashionable waterfront with an array of pubs and restaurants, including award-winning restaurants. Amidst the bustle of Leith are various tranquil green spaces, such as Leith Links and Claremont Park, while Leith Victoria Swim Centre provides 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. The area’s school catchment area covers early years, primary and secondary education.
Home report £220,000