Characterised by outstanding proportions and a wealth of flexible accommodation, this traditional third-floor tenement flat represents an exciting opportunity to acquire a period home in prestigious Morningside.
The flat has retained a selection of charming original features, including professionally restored sash-and-case windows as well as plain cornice work and tall skirting boards. Accessed via a secure entry-phone system and a well-maintained communal stair, welcoming you into the top floor flat is an impressive entrance hall, whose high ceilings, exposed floorboards and classic panel doors instantly set the tone for the accommodation to follow. The vast living room and dining area is bathed in light from a south-facing bay window framed by traditional timber panelling, and at the focal point of the room is a handsome feature fireplace. The dining kitchen to the rear incorporates a practical walk-in pantry and is equipped with generous fitted storage and workspace. Both double bedrooms to the front and rear enjoy excellent proportions and superb natural light, and concealed behind a reeded glass door is the bright and airy three-piece bathroom. The property benefits further from a versatile box room and two useful hall cupboards. Professionally refurbished sash-and-case windows and gas central heating ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round.
Morningside is a most desirable residential district, situated approximately three miles south of the City Centre. Morningside itself offers an abundance of amenities, including a variety of specialist shops, boutiques, cafes, pubs and restaurants, a post office and banking facilities. The schools available in the area are highly regarded from nursery to senior level and there is also easy access, for the more mature student, to a number of University buildings. HOME REPORT £325,000. EPC BAND D.
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