15 North Gyle Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 8JR

3 Bed House - Detached with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£460,000 in January 2024

The property

Development Opportunity. This traditional detached house in Corstorphine enjoys three bedrooms, two reception rooms, a breakfasting kitchen, and a bathroom, and offers potential for modernisation and cosmetic upgrades. The house is accompanied by lo maintenance gardens, an integral single garage, and a private driveway. The front door opens into an entrance vestibule flowing through to a hall, with both areas accompanied by built-in storage and the latter incorporating a space that would be great as a study area - ideal for those who work or study from home. Immediately on your left you step into a living room, where a spacious footprint allows for various layouts of lounge furniture, and dual-aspect windows (including one with a charming stained-glass detail) capture natural light throughout the day. Across the hall, a formal dining room enjoys similar proportions and presents a perfect setting for seated family meals and entertaining with guests, whilst also incorporating built-in storage. Set to the rear of the property is a kitchen, which, with some reconfiguration, could accommodate a bistro table and chairs or a breakfast bar. The kitchen is currently fitted with wall and base cabinets, spacious worktops, and splashback tiling, and affords access to a porch (with storage) which leads to the garage and the garden. Also found on the ground floor are one of the property's three bedrooms (a spacious double with built-in storage) and a bathroom, replete with a bath with an overhead shower and a glazed screen, a pedestal basin, a WC, and a mirrored vanity cabinet. On the first floor, you will find the remaining two bedrooms. Both bedrooms enjoy a wealth of built- in/fitted storage, with the principal benefiting from a walk-in wardrobe. Gas central heating and double glazing (except two small single-glazed windows) ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round. Externally, the house is accompanied by low-maintenance gardens, all paved and chipped for easy upkeep and presenting sunny outdoor space for relaxing during summer. Excellent off-street parking is provided by a private driveway leading to an integral single garage. Extras: all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, and kitchen appliances will be included in the sale. EPC E. Offering a wealth of amenities on your doorstep, Corstorphine thoroughly deserves its reputation as a desirable and well-connected residential area. Lying to the west of Edinburgh city centre, it enjoys outstanding transport links, making commuting by car or public transport fast and convenient. Furthermore, the area is well known as a shopping mecca in which traditional high street shops sit side-by-side with large retail outlets, such as a Tesco Extra supermarket and a Co-op. The nearby Gyle Shopping Centre boasts over 40 shops (including an M&S) and various eateries, all indoors. For the sports enthusiast, David Lloyd offers a gym, indoor and outdoor pools, and tennis, badminton, and squash courts. For enjoying the great outdoors, Corstorphine Hill is the ideal place for a tranquil stroll and offers lovely views over the city centre. Corstorphine also benefits from its own rugby, football, and cricket clubs, as well as local golf courses. For those needing to travel further afield for work or leisure, Edinburgh International Airport is a short drive away, with two tram stops within close proximity. The area is also served by regular day and night buses, frequent trains from the South Gyle train station, and excellent road links to the city centre, Glasgow, Fife, and to the south. In addition, Corstorphine provides local state schools at both primary and secondary level, with Edinburgh's leading independent schools easily accessed.

Total Floor Area 134 m2
Energy rating E

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