Accessed from a beautifully-maintained shared stair and with the right to use a delightful, shared walled and landscaped garden, the property is a very-well-presented Victorian top (3rd) flat which enjoys a leafy open aspect.
Flooded with natural light, this well-decorated property offers a lovely home in a sought-after area.
The Hall with sanded and varnished floor has a good, shelved, walk-in storage cupboard and high level gas and electric meter cupboard as well as an Entryphone. .
The sunny Sittingroom features both a shelved wall recess and a fine original fireplace.
The well-fitted, rooflit Kitchen showcases designer natural stone worktops, tiled surrounds and halogen downlighters. It comes complete with electric halogen hob, stainless steel electric fan oven with grill and matching cooker hood, automatic washing machine, dishwasher and `fridge/freezer.
There are two good Double Bedrooms, with a quiet rear aspect, one of which has a useful Shower-room with window en suite and wall cupboard housing the gas “Combi” central heating boiler The Shower has an instant electric unit, glazed screen and waterproof wall panelling. The wash-hand-basin has a wall-mounted storage cabinet with mirror and several downlighters set in a panelled ceiling. .
The stylish contemporary Bathroom with window and white sanitaryware has a Bath and wash-hand-basin with tiled surround plus w.c. and enjoys a wonderful evening ambience from a multiplicity of downlighters, again set in a panelled ceiling. The Bath has a glazed screen and “power” shower supplied by the heating system. Vinyl flooring is easy to keep clean.
In all, this is an excellent home for either a Family or a Couple, set in a prestigious area close to a wide choice of life-enhancing amenities.
MURRAYFIELD offers a high quality of environment only about 1 mile west of the City Centre.
The area offers a choice of local shops, including a Tesco Local, while Stockbridge/ Comely Bank a little to the north-east, offers both Waitrose and Co-op Supermarkets and a full range of independent businesses, including speciality outlets including Raeburn Fine Wines, a Delicatessen and a Craft Bakery with Ian Mellis Cheese. Here, too, is a great choice of bars, bistros and restaurants.
Recreation is well-served with Roseburn Public Park, Murrayfield Rugby Stadium and Murrayfield Ice Rink, close to hand. A little to the west lie Carrick Knowe Municipal, Murrayfield and 9 hole Ravelston Golf Courses. A very short walk takes you to the Water of Leith walkway which leads north and west through the New Town to Leith and south and east, ultimately to Balerno.
Good Local Authority Schools are complemented by St. George`s (Girls)-on the doorstep-plus nearby Daniel Stewart`s, Mary Erskine, Fettes College and Edinburgh Academy in the Private Sector. These feed to 4 Universities and several Colleges of Further Education.
Transport is well-provided with regular bus services taking you to the City, serving many suburbs, parts of Lothian and beyond, including Glasgow. Haymarket Station, within walking distance,connects with much of Scotland`s Rail Network to the north and west, including Fife. Here, also is a Tram Stop which links you to the Airport and soon will connect to Leith. Road acces is straightforward to the west, the City Bypass, M60 , north and Central Scottish Motorway Network
Edinburgh is a world-renowned and historic European Capital and World Heritage Centre, recently named by Conde Nast World Traveller as the 7th most-relaxed in Europe. It is second-only to London as a U.K. Financial Centre and home to many vibrant Start-ups, some having achieved or well on the way to acquiring, Unicorn status.
It has a rich Cultural Life with Theatres, Concert Halls, Cinemas and Art Galleries , normally crowned by the Annual International Festival and “Fringe” and is home to regular Golf, Tennis, Rugby (International and more local matches) also Football fixtures.