Under offer - Enjoying a quiet rear-facing position, fresh neutral décor and a favourable south-facing aspect, this one-bedroom third-floor tenement flat falls within the South Side conservation area and boasts breathtaking views of the city skyline and Arthur's Seat from a communal roof terrace.
Ideal for any first time buyer, professional and rental investors, bustling Newington is within easy reach of the city centre, and is home to a diverse range of high-street stores and independent shops, vibrant bars, cafes and eateries, and prestigious entertainment venues.
Features: • Third-floor tenement flat • Exclusively south-facing • Secure shared entrance • Generous hall with storage • Living/dining room & kitchen • Spacious double bedroom • Bright shower room • Roof terrace with stunning views • Controlled parking (Zone 7) • Traditional sash windows • Council Tax Band – B • EPC Rating – E
Property: Accessed via a secure shared entrance and stairwell, welcoming you into the flat is a hall boasting handy built-in storage. Leading off the hall and extending the full depth of the property is a living/dining room with a bijou kitchen. This charming reception room is carpeted and features an electric fire with an attractive surround and a traditional press. Visually divided from the living/dining room by a breakfast bar, the modern kitchen comes fitted with beech-toned cabinetry and granite-styled worktops. An electric oven, hob and extractor hood are neatly integrated, whilst a fridge freezer and a washing machine are housed within the built-in cupboard. Across the hall you reach the bright and spacious double bedroom, which has retained a charming feature fireplace and period cornices. Finally, the bright shower room incorporates a toilet, a washbasin and a sunny shower compartment. The flat features traditional sash-and-case windows and is heated by way of electric storage heaters.
Area: Located on the south side of the capital and approximately two miles from the city centre, Newington offers an array of housing options, from traditional tenements to grand villas, to suit every stage of life, and is equally popular with students due to its fantastic proximity to The University of Edinburgh campuses. This diverse demographic is reflected in the dynamic social scene and atmosphere, which is fuelled by an exciting blend of artisan cafes and coffee shops, pubs, bars and cuisine from all corners of the globe. This changes again during the summer months, when the area is transformed into the beating heart of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The rest of the year, however, Newington is also home to a wealth of cultural attractions, namely at Festival Theatre, Queen's Hall and Summerhall multi-arts complex. Residents enjoy access to an eclectic mix of independent shops, express supermarkets and high-street retailers along Nicolson Street and South Clerk Street, with more extensive shopping facilities available at Cameron Toll Shopping Centre. The property is within the catchment area for Preston Street Primary School and well-regarded James Gillespie's High School, and is served by comprehensive public transport links travelling across the city, day and night.
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