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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room


  • Freehold

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Forming part of a modern apartment building, this two-bedroom first-floor flat enjoys spacious rooms with contemporary interiors, allocated parking and a prime location in the sought-after Shore area of Leith: Voted one of the best places to live in the UK by The Times newspaper. This charming property sits just a short walk from the bustling shops of Ocean Terminal Retail Park and The Shore's vibrant and picturesque waterfront, which is lined with cosmopolitan bars, independent caf s and award-winning Michelin-starred restaurants. In addition to the stunning surroundings, the flat also offers a quick and easy commute into the city centre – ideal for first-time buyers, buy-to-let investors, young families and commuting professionals alike.

Framed by well-kept hedgerows and mature trees, the shared main door is accessed via a secure telephone entry system, with a well-lit communal stairwell leading to the flat. The front door to the home itself opens into a hall with a handy cloak cupboard, inviting neutral d cor and dark walnut-effect laminate flooring, which continues to the left into the living room. This generous reception space enjoys a south-facing, box window and is bathed in natural light throughout the day - the perfect space to relax in. A spacious dining kitchen awaits next door. Well-appointed with pastel-coloured cabinets, ample workspace and crisp white splashbacks, the kitchen offers a warm and homely ambience. Like the living room, a triple-aspect box window enhances the space further, bringing lots of sunlight into the kitchen and dining area, ideal for entertaining and family meals. Appliances include: An integrated gas hob with a hidden extractor fan and electric oven, an integrated fridge-freezer and an undercounter washing machine.

On the northern side of the property are two spacious double bedrooms. The master bedroom provides a built-in mirrored wardrobe, whilst the second bedroom offers a large alcove fitted with wardrobe fixtures. Both rooms also benefit from plush fitted carpets, bringing extra warmth and comfort to the rooms. Furthermore, the master bedroom has access to an immaculate, recently refurbished en-suite shower room. Completing the property is a contemporary three-piece bathroom, which has also been recently refurbished to a high standard. Gas central heating (by way of a newly installed boiler) and double glazing throughout ensure comfort and efficiency all year round.

Outside, there are well-tended communal greens and a trio of picnic benches for residents to enjoy socialising in the sun. The home has the added benefit of private parking in an allocated parking space. It also comes with a visitor's pass for guests to use in one of the many unallocated parking spaces. In addition, residents have access to a secure communal bike shed too.

Extras: All fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings and a washing machine to be included in the sale. Two reclining sofas and two bed frames are also made available.

Factor: A sum of approximately �60 per month is payable to Tower Wharf Residents' Association, which includes block buildings insurance, general cleaning and maintenance of communal areas, as well as the upkeep of the garden areas.

The Shore, Edinburgh

Situated approximately two miles north of Edinburgh city centre, this vibrant suburb was once a thriving port at the heart of the capital's maritime industry. Like much of Edinburgh's northern seaboard, The Shore has undergone significant regeneration to become one of most desirable postcodes in the capital. Characterised by its narrow, cobbled streets and continental-style waterfront, the area exudes a charming, small-town ambience that is worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Shore is renowned for its buzzing arts and social scene, which is fuelled by a fabulous selection of galleries and boutiques, trendy bars and award-winning eateries including no fewer than three Michelin-starred restaurants. For foodies, Leith Market (every Saturday) is the perfect place to pick up fresh local produce, before tucking into some delicious street food! The area is served by an excellent range of local services and amenities, particularly in the bustling shopping area around the Foot of the Walk and Great Junction Street. Ocean Terminal shopping centre offers a wealth of shopping and leisure facilities including a variety of high-street stores, a selection of family restaurants, a multi-screen cinema and a 24-hour gym. The Shore is within the catchment area for Leith Primary and Leith Academy with the Leith School of Art nearby. The Shore enjoys fantastic public transport links into the city centre and beyond, and also provides swift and easy to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh Airport and the M8/M9 motorway networks.

Home report �220,000. EPC rating C.

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Local Amenities

  • Leith Newhaven Harbour Ferry Landing 1.2 miles
  • Edinburgh 1.9 miles
  • St Mary's RC Primary School (Leith) 0.4 miles
  • Leith Primary School 0.5 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Leith Newhaven Harbour Ferry Landing 1.2 miles
  • Edinburgh 1.9 miles
  • St Mary's RC Primary School (Leith) 0.4 miles
  • Leith Primary School 0.5 miles

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  • £209,310
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  • £3,055
  • (1.481%)
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21st May 2020 £210,000 First listed
6th Mar 2008 £165,000 Last sold

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