Thanks to its ground floor position, spacious accommodation and private garden, 15 Lochend Avenue is the ideal home for the growing family, pet owners and downsizers alike. Its central location affords easy access to local amenities, as well as the city centre and further afield due to regular buses running day and night from the area.
The flat’s sheltered front door opens into an entrance vestibule, immediately affording access to a reception room. Occupying a generous footprint which allows for an arrangement of lounge and dining furniture, this sunny, dual-aspect space is presented with crisp-white décor, on-trend navy-blue accent walls, elegant coving, and a comfortable fitted carpet. Built-in storage completes the room, which is conveniently connected to a kitchen. Sharing the reception room’s sunny aspect, the kitchen is appointed with modern gloss-white cabinets contrasted by spacious black worktops and sleek white metro-tiled splashbacks. A hall leading from the living room affords access to two tastefully-presented double bedrooms and a shower room. The sleeping areas peacefully overlook the rear garden and offer plenty of space for bedroom furniture and the smaller of the two benefits from built-in storage. The shower room comprises a walk-in enclosure, a wall mounted basin with a mirrored vanity cabinet, and a WC. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure year-round comfort and efficiency.
Externally, the flat boasts its own generous, sunny private font garden, predominantly laid to lawn and featuring a pathway leading to the shared rear garden, as well as a handy bike shed. Parking on Lochend Avenue is conveniently unrestricted.
Lying less than two miles from Edinburgh city centre, with excellent public transport links, is the mainly residential district of Lochend. The area is situated conveniently close to Easter Road, with its independent shops, cafés and cosy pubs, and Meadowbank Shopping Park. Lochend also caters for outdoor recreation with proximity to some of the capital’s most delightful green spaces, including the country-style Lochend Park (a green flag park with ancient ruins and a loch), the Leith Links and the breath-taking Holyrood Park, home to the iconic Arthur’s Seat. Schools falling within Lochend’s catchment area are wide-ranging and cover primary and secondary education. For those commuting further afield, the A1, City Bypass and motorway network are swiftly reached from here.
Home Report £135,000 EPC: D