Positioned along the well-connected Ferry Road, within a grand Georgian B-Listed terrace, this main-door basement flat lies enviably close to the Water of Leith, as well the exclusive Shore district, with its lively bars and restaurants, and excellent local shopping amenities. Yielding pleasant leafy views to the front and rear, this tastefully presented home promises spacious, accommodation with a welcoming airy ambience created by crisp minimalist interiors.
Access to the property is via a shared path and stairs leading down to the front door. The flat opens into a lengthy hallway which houses useful incorporated storage and can be used as a convivial dining area or home office. This inviting entrance area offers an enticing glimpse of the immaculate interiors to follow, with stark white walls warmly accompanied by honey-coloured hardwood flooring. Benefiting from a sunny southerly-facing aspect, the generous living room continues the understated decorative theme and provides a versatile space for numerous furniture arrangements. Next door is a kitchen and adjoining dining area, offering a relaxed setting for dining and entertaining. Laid with exquisite period inspired flooring, the bright kitchen boasts an impeccable, quality appearance; fitted with gloss white contemporary wall and base units framed by rich timber worktops and chic metro wall tiles, plus the area is further equipped with integrated goods. An alcove recess provides a neat space for additional freestanding storage or an appliance, whilst a traditional clothes pulley adds a practical, yet charming feature to the space. The flat’s two double bedrooms both enjoy an exceptionally generous footprint, pared-back cornicing and windows with characterful timber shutters. One room is supplemented by cupboard storage, whilst the other features an enchanting Art Deco style fireplace and original timber flooring. Finally, reached via a utility area housing pantry storage, is a large, bathroom replete with a WC-suite, wall-mounted vanity storage and a bathtub with an overhead shower and a glass screen. The property benefits from a gas central heating system, with a boiler fitted in 2011. Externally, the flat is accompanied by a private gravelled area to the front of the property, ideal for pot plants and bike storage, whilst the adjacent public park, Keddie Gardens, offers a pleasant green space for outdoor recreation. On-street parking within the immediate area is unrestricted.
Leith is a lively hub of eating, socialising and shopping spots and is situated within walking distance of the city centre. It boasts a rich creative culture, and is home to the annual Leith festival. The area offers an excellent choice of amenities with various food stores, independent retail outlets, supermarkets, a Post Office and banks, all on your doorstep. Ocean Terminal shopping centre is nearby boasting over 50 high street shops, a multi-screen cinema and a gym. HOME REPORT £230,000. EPC BAND C
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