Located in the highly-sought after area of Clermiston, 43 Clermiston Crescent is a property that is sure to attract a lot of attention.
Clermiston is an area of Edinburgh that is steeped in history. Once called Clerbandistun in medieval times, the lands of Clermiston were first mentioned around 1250. As the years passed, the wealthy burgess, William Anderson, owned the area, as well as neighbouring lands such as Corstorphine.
A famous house in the area is Clemiston house; built in 1792, the building was previously the site for Queen Margaret University.
A lot of property expansions and numerous farming developments later, Clermiston Avenue was finally built in 1937. Shortly after, the other Clermiston streets followed, popping up in the early 1950s.
Nowadays, the area is regarded as a large, pleasant suburb consisting mainly of housing.
There is a mixture of different housing types with many of them having been bought.
Featured property: 43 Clermiston Crescent
Similarly, this property has stories to tell, albeit with a very modern and tranquil feel.
As you enter the property you are greeted with a large entrance hall that leads you into a well-proportioned living room. The perfect place to sit with friends or family and reminisce about previous adventures.
As you pass through the reception area you can carry on with your journey towards the kitchen, which is fitted with a selection of white cabinets paired with timber-effect worktops.
On the first floor you will find three sumptuous double bedrooms. Completing the upstairs, you will also find a bright and tiled bathroom.
The rear garden makes for the perfect place for hosting guests or playing with your family. The vast lawn is bordered by fences, allowing that added privacy.
This property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
Clermiston is a popular choice among young families and young professionals.
There’s a variety of eateries and shops a small walk away near Queensferry Road.
To the east of the property you will come across Hillwood park, perfect for a relaxing Sunday stroll.
For schooling, Clermiston is served by Craigmount High School and the Royal High School.
Public transport into the city is made possible by the Lothian bus numbers 1, 21 and 200.
Fixed price £260,000
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