2/1 Elgin Terrace, Edinburgh, EH7 5NN

2 Bed Flat - Others with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£302,500 in August 2023

The property

McEwan Fraser is delighted to present the two-bedroom flat which is presented to the market in excellent condition. Many original period features have been retained including sash windows, ornate cornice, high skirting boards and panel doors. The property enjoys a preferred first floor position in a traditional stone tenement building which also boasts a generous communal rear garden. Internally, accommodation is focused toward a spacious living with a large, west facing, bay window which gives excellent natural light long into a summer evening. The living room has exposed floor boards and ample space for a new owner to create their ideal entertaining space. Off the living room is a recessed internal kitchen with modern, white gloss units. A convenient attic space can be found above the kitchen for additional storage. There are two double bedrooms which both overlook the rear garden. A large bathroom with partial tiling and a white three-piece suite complete the accommodation. The property is fitted with gas central heating. This is a charming property in a fantastic location, internal viewing is highly recommended.

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