Within walking distance of the fashionable Shore and the Water of Leith and enjoying easy access into the city centre, 4/3 Grandville enjoys a prime location within one of the city’s most desirable postcodes.
Approached via a secure communal entrance and a stairwell, the front door of this second floor flat opens into a bright entrance hall with storage. A glazed door leads into the open-plan living room, which is presented with crisp white walls. The comfortable living area, marked by plush grey carpeting and enhanced by a wall-mounted electric fire, enjoys an abundance of light and delightful leafy views from south-facing full-height windows fronted by a Juliet balcony. The sociable space flows into a generous dining area, fitted with sleek grey wood-inspired flooring and conveniently connected to the kitchen. Boasting a stylish, monochrome design, the kitchen comprises a range of contemporary cabinets supplemented by metro-tiled splashbacks, ample workspace, and appliances. Also located in the flat are two double bedrooms, both benefiting from generous proportions, tasteful presentation and supplemented by cosy carpeting and built-in mirrored storage. The master bedroom benefits additionally from its own en-suite shower room, featuring a contemporary design and chic vanity storage. Completing the accommodation is a three-piece bathroom matching the standard of the en-suite and including a bathtub with an overhead shower. Externally, residents enjoy access to communal gardens and private parking.
Situated only 2 miles from the city centre, close to the fashionable Shore area and next to the historic Newhaven harbour, Trinity provides a good range of amenities including independent retailers, a historic library, a post office, chemist, cafés, restaurants, pubs and take-aways. Ocean Terminal shopping centre is close by and the nearby Shore offers a range of fashionable cocktail bars, Michelin star restaurants, bistros and coffee houses. Trinity Primary and Trinity Academy are both highly acclaimed state schools and within walking distance from the property.
A leisurely stroll or cycle along the Water of Leith walkway makes the perfect escape from the day’s hustle and bustle. For the active type, there is a leisure centre at Newhaven and an extensive network of cycle paths in the surrounding area. The area is well served by regular bus services to the city centre and beyond and the property is also well positioned for access to the Forth Road Bridge, City Bypass and the M8 to Glasgow, making commuting fast and convenient.
Home Report £250,000 EPC: B