- Availability: For Sale
- Type: Flat/Apartment
- Bedrooms: 4
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Nestled in idyllic Dean Village, this four-bedroom duplex apartment at 27/10 Hawthornbank Lane represents a rare opportunity to acquire an exclusive home or buy-to-let investment in one of the capitals most enchanting conservation areas and comes complete with private, underground, secure parking.
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• Ground/first-floor duplex apartment
• Vast kitchen/living/dining room
• Luxurious en-suite master bedroom
• Three double bedrooms (1 en-suite)
• Three-piece family shower room
• Fitted utility room
• Separate WC
• Allocated private underground parking
• Electric heating & double glazing
• EPC Rating E
• Council Tax Band - G
Accessed via a secure shared entrance with stairs and a lift to the first floor, here the front door to Flat 10 opens into a generous L-shaped hall.
Directly ahead you step into the magnificent open-plan kitchen, living room and dining area. Predominantly south facing, the room also enjoys large windows to the east and west ensuring a steady stream of natural light from dawn until dusk. Columns cleverly zone the space into dedicated areas for relaxing, dining and cooking, without losing the desirable, open-plan layout.
The spacious yet cosy living room is enhanced by a flush-mounted electric fire, and offers flexible scope for various seating arrangements. The dining area at the centre of the room is characterised by floor-to-ceiling windows, and provides a perfect setting for relaxed family meals and entertaining. Partially screened by columns, the corner-aspect kitchen is lined with an array of classic cream, Shaker-style cabinets topped with stone-effect worktops. In addition to providing a wealth of storage and workspace, the fitted cabinetry also houses a full range of integrated appliances, including: an induction hob, a slimline extractor hood, an electric single oven/grill, a dishwasher, a fridge, and a freezer.
The utility room adjacent is styled to match the kitchen and accommodates a freestanding washing machine, a freestanding freezer, and a wine fridge. Next to the utility room is a handy cloakroom with an airing cupboard and a two-piece WC.
The double bedroom on this level incorporates a fitted wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. Downstairs, the accommodation consists of Master Bedroom with built-in wardrobes and En-Suite Bathroom with four-piece suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom with shower.
The property benefits from double glazing throughout and electric heating, as well as Private, Underground Allocated Parking Space.
One of the capitals 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 stones throw from the capitals stylish West End and a short stroll from Princes Street, Dean Village residents enjoy a quaint lifestyle in a convenient city location. 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 Flora Stevenson Primary School and Broughton High School. 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, 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 Dean Gallery and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. 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 fifteen-minutes.
Home report valuation £490,000