The property for sale forms part of an impressive 2 storey and attic corner stone building originally constructed in 1846. Converted into seven individual apartments from former office space in 1995, Flat 3 sits on the first floor and is accessed from a wide communal staircase with a security entry phone system. The flexible layout is...
The property for sale forms part of an impressive 2 storey and attic corner stone building originally constructed in 1846. Converted into seven individual apartments from former office space in 1995, Flat 3 sits on the first floor and is accessed from a wide communal staircase with a security entry phone system. The flexible layout is designed around a generous ‘L’ shaped reception hall, and offers a spacious twin windowed living room – in semi-open plan to the well fitted/equipped kitchen, three bedrooms – one of which could make an ideal dining room if required, and a bright luxury bathroom displaying a white contemporary suite, including a power shower fitting and glazed screen over the bath. Lovely solid oak doors with contemporary chrome handles together deep window recesses and a selection of laminate floor coverings add further character to the interior. The property also benefits from electric off-peak heating, and has access via a folding Ramsay ladder to a spacious floored attic area, providing useful additional storage space.
Home to the Royal Yacht Britannia, as well as the Scottish Office and many other businesses, the popular district of Leith lies on the north east side of the city, just over two miles from Princes Street. The surrounding area has experienced a period of exciting redevelopment during recent decades, including the provision of many new restaurants, water front apartments, fashionable bars and bistros, together with the regeneration of some historic buildings. Ocean Terminal is within easy reach, offering a wide range of well-known shopping outlets and leisure facilities including a popular multiplex cinema and an Asda superstore. Regular bus services within the area run to and from the city centre and other parts of Edinburgh, and the city by-pass can be easily reached via Seafield Road, connecting with East Lothian, the International Airport, and the M8 and M9 motorway systems.
Maritime Street runs is an east to west direction joining Bernard Street with Queen Charlotte Street. Number 14 lies on the north-west side of the street, on the corner of Maritime Lane. The Shore area and the Water of Leith are only minutes away from Maritime Street, offering a bustling atmosphere including with many popular bars and restaurants.
The property will be sold with all floor coverings, curtains, blinds, and the following kitchen appliances: the integral stainless steel double oven, ceramic hob, filter hood, and the free standing washing machine and dishwasher.
4.57 m X 4.17 m / 14'12" X 13'8"
3.71 m X 2.16 m / 12'2" X 7'1"
3.91 m X 3.61 m / 12'10" X 11'10"
3.40 m X 3.00 m / 11'2" X 9'10"
3.40 m X 2.26 m / 11'2" X 7'5"
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