14 2F Eglinton Crescent is an impressive 5 bedroom double upper situated on a handsome crescent in Edinburgh's affluent West End. The property offers bright and generously proportioned accommodation with the benefit of many period features throughout and lovely open views across the city to Edinburgh Castle, Fife and the...
14 2F Eglinton Crescent is an impressive 5 bedroom double upper situated on a handsome crescent in Edinburgh's affluent West End. The property offers bright and generously proportioned accommodation with the benefit of many period features throughout and lovely open views across the city to Edinburgh Castle, Fife and the Pentland Hills. The generously proportioned accommodation, which is accessed via a well maintained secure shared entrance with original staircase, comprises - welcoming entrance hall with a butler's pantry with ample cupboard space and draws, and additional under stair cupboard off; generous front facing sitting room with triple windows and open fireplace; dining room overlooking the rear of the property; kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units and all appliances; double bedroom 5 to the front with an open fire; and shower room fitted with a shower, wc and wash hand basin.A carpeted staircase leads to the third floor accommodation which comprises - landing with a linen cupboard off; master bedroom situated to the rear with views across to Fife; double bedroom 2 and double bedroom 3 both overlooking the front of the property, with lovely views to Edinburgh Castle and the Pentland Hills; double bedroom 4 also situated to the rear with views across to Fife; box bedroom/study with built in storage cupboards; and bathroom fitted with a shower above, wc, wash hand basin and heated water rail.Location
The West End is close to many of the capital's finest shops and restaurants as well as its commercial and retail core in George Street and Princes Street. The cosmopolitan district of Stockbridge is only a short walk away offering a superb choice of speciality shops, fashionable bars, quaint coffee shops, delis and boutiques. Locally there is a Co-operative Food, a Waitrose supermarket at Comely Bank in addition to a Sainsbury's supermarket and range of retail stores at Craigleith Shopping Park near Blackhall. There is easy access to the Water of Leith Walkway and cycle path, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance. The Drumsheugh Baths Club is situated nearby in Belford Road whilst the Edinburgh Sports Club, Dean Tennis Club and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art are located in the Dean Village. Haymarket rail station is close by and regular public transport provides swift access in and around the city. By car fast main roads connect quickly to the city bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, the Forth Road Bridge and central motorway network. Excellent schooling is represented in the state and private sector. Garden
Residents of Eglinton Crescent may apply for access to the beautiful gardens situated at the centre of Eglinton and Glencairn Crescents, a modest annual fee applies.ParkingParking is by way of a Residents' Permit on payment of the usual annual fee.Fixtures and FittingsAll fitted carpets, fitted floor coverings, light fittings, the hob, oven, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine are included in the sale price. The curtains may be available by separate negotiation. All mirrors are excluded from the sale.ServicesThe property is heated by gas central heating.
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