Situated within an established residential street in Corstorphine, a sought-after suburb to the West of Edinburgh’s City Centre, is this stunning 3-bedroom 1930’s detached bungalow





12 Corstorphine Hill Avenue is located on a sizeable plot, boasting a south-facing rear garden with magnificent views. Plus a single driveway to the front, as well as exceptional internal space and stylish decor. This fantastic property features all the hallmarks of an ideal family home in Edinburgh.

First Impressions

Set back from the road, and accessed via a driveway and well-tended garden. The front door opens into a handy entrance vestibule – an ideal place for hanging coats and storing shoes. From here, a glazed door takes you to the reception hall. Here, contemporary decor and patchwork-effect flooring create a great first impression.

At the far end of the reception hall, you reach the impressive living room, dining room and desirable conservatory. The living room features a wall-mounted electric fire and chic decor. The spacious dining room offers the perfect ambience for family meals or entertaining. The conservatory, which is bathed in sun from dawn until dusk, is centrally heated. Additionally, the conservatory boasts superb views across the garden and beyond.


Designed by Kitchens International, the galley kitchen comprises ash-effect cabinetry and sleek white worktops with brushed stainless steel trims. In addition to a built-in breakfast table and a side door to the garden, the kitchen is replete with appliances.


This immaculate family property features three double bedrooms. Two (with built-in wardrobes) on ground level and the third on the upper floor.

The bathroom boasts Amtico flooring, a bathtub with a wall-mounted shower, a washbasin with vanity storage and a close-coupled WC.


Completing the accommodation is a large attic and substantial cellar. Gas central heating and double-glazed windows ensure year-round comfort and efficiency.


Externally,  the terraced rear garden has been landscaped to include a suntrap patio and a manicured lawn. There is also a decked area and a barbecue area with a shed.


Finally, the property further benefits from a single driveway and unrestricted on-street parking.





Corstorphine lies approximately 4 miles to the west of Edinburgh’s city centre. Historic Corstorphine dates back to the 12th century. Furthermore, the village stood on dry land, between two lochs, the Gogar Loch and Corstorphine Loch.

Local Amenities

Nearby Corstorphine Village provides an excellent range of local amenities for everyday needs. Amenities include: shops, banks, a Post Office, restaurants, pubs, takeaways and a large supermarket. Nearby, The Gyle Shopping Centre and Hermiston Gait Retail Park offer a wide range of High Street stores and restaurants.


Schooling is well-catered in the area from nursery to secondary. Edinburgh’s prestigious private schools are all easily accessible.

Outdoor & Leisure

Corstorphine Hill Nature Reserve (one of Edinburgh’s “seven hills”) boasts lovely walks.  Murrayfield Rugby Stadium and Ice Rink are also close by. Drumbrae Leisure Centre offers a swimming pool, a gym and fitness classes. Furthermore, for the golf enthusiast, there are a number of courses in the surrounding area.


The area enjoys a good public transport system, with regular buses to and from the city centre and beyond. Even more, the proximity of the City Bypass, the M8 and the A90 makes commuting by car fast and convenient.

If you think 12 Corstorphine Hill Avenue could be the perfect family home for you, why not contact us today to arrange a viewing?!