Enjoying two double bedrooms, attractive interiors and a south-facing aspect to the rear, as well as delightful, low-maintenance gardens and a private driveway, this end-terrace house in Leith will no doubt appeal to young families and commuting professionals. Nestled in a peaceful cul-de-sac development, the house lies enviably close to Leith’s outstanding amenities, as well as The Shore and Leith Links.
The front door opens into a practical entrance vestibule (with space for shoes and coats) leading directly into the living and dining room. Offering the first glimpse of the attractive interiors to follow, this reception room is presented with neutral décor accompanied by wood-effect flooring. Ample space is provided for lounge and dining furniture, and the room is conveniently connected to the kitchen – a perfect layout for everyday life and entertaining. The kitchen is fitted with a wide selection of modern wood-styled cabinets accompanied by granite-effect worktops and splashback tiling, plus integrated appliances; A garden entrance also features.
From the living room, a flight of stairs leads to a first-floor landing with storage and loft access. The landing affords access to two double bedrooms and a shower room. The larger bedroom has built-in wardrobes and enjoys tranquil, leafy views; the second bedroom benefits from a sunny, rear-facing aspect and is currently set up as an office. The bedrooms are both neutrally-decorated and fitted with practical laminate flooring. The fully-tiled shower room comprises a corner shower enclosure, a washbasin set into storage and a hidden-cistern toilet. The property is heated by an electric heating system and benefits from double glazing throughout. The property benefits from a live gas connection on the house.
Outside, the house is accompanied by low-maintenance gardens to the front and rear. The front garden features a pond and decked dining terrace with plenty of space for outdoor furniture, representing the perfect space for alfresco dining and entertaining with guests. The south-facing rear garden is paved for easy maintenance and incorporates mature vegetable plots, a greenhouse and two sheds. Off-street parking is provided by a generous monoblock driveway.
The historic port of Leith lies approximately 3 miles north-east of Edinburgh city centre. At its heart is the Shore area offering an array of bars, cafés and Michelin star restaurants as well as a weekly farmer’s market and the popular Pitt Street Food Market. The Water of Leith cycle path network safely connects the area with the rest of the city and wider Edinburgh area. The property benefits from being within the catchment area for Lorne Primary and Leith Academy. Home report: �230,000. EPC band: D.
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