SOLD - SUBJECT TO CONCLUSION OF MISSIVES
This traditional one-bedroom third/top-floor flat enjoys an enviable location on a quiet residential street in cosmopolitan Leith, close to the city centre and within walking distance of popular amenities. It further boasts spacious accommodation, charming period features, and attractive neutral interiors. The flat is accessed via a secure entry and communal stairwell, with the main door opening into a welcoming hall. In the living/dining room, crisp white décor fosters an airy ambience and a contemporary atmosphere, enhanced by soft carpeting. Spacious dimensions afford distinct areas for living and dining, with room for comfortable lounge furniture and a table for evening meals, ideally placed by open shelving and a window with tranquil garden views. Sat adjacent, the semi open-plan kitchen is fitted with a range of modern cabinets in white, complemented by neutral worktops and splashback tiling. It incorporates a gas cooker, a washer, and a fridge, with a freezer housed in the neighbouring walk-in cupboard. Meanwhile, the generous double bedroom enjoys warm afternoon sun from a large south-facing window, which yields delightful views towards the New Town. It accommodates an assortment of freestanding bedroom furniture, as well as a shelved, walk-in cupboard for convenience. Period details bring extra charm to this attractive room, including varnished floorboards and a high ceiling framed by ornate cornicing. Finally, a contemporary shower room, housing a storage-set washbasin and a double shower enclosure, and a separate WC suite complete the accommodation on offer. The property has partial double glazing and gas central heating. Externally, the flat is accompanied by a low-maintenance communal garden to the rear and ample, unrestricted on-street parking to the front.
The vibrant and cosmopolitan area of Leith lies within walking distance of the city centre, Leith itself enjoys an outstanding range of shops, restaurants, cafés, and trendy coffee houses. It neighbours the Shore area, characterised by its continental-style waterfront, with fashionable 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 bustling shopping area around Leith Walk is complemented by Ocean Terminal shopping centre, which offers a wealth of shopping and leisure facilities, including a variety of high-street stores, a selection of restaurants, a multiplex cinema, and a 24-hour gym. Leith boasts a thriving arts scene, giving the area its bohemian reputation. It hosts the annual Leith and Mela Festivals and is home to Out of the Blue Drill Hall, hosting wonderful art, makers and exhibition space with a café and year-round events. Leith is home to the recently reopened Leith Theatre and the Leith School of Art. The area, although in walking distance of the city centre, boasts an excellent transport network, with the Tram Line (currently in construction) leading from Leith Walk all the way to the Airport.
Home Report £160,000
EPC Band D
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