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Closing Date: 21 July 2021 at 12:00
An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this beautifully presented 3-bedroom ground floor flat, occupying an enviable corner plot, located on a quiet residential street within the West Pilton area, situated to the North West of Edinburgh city centre. This exceptional home is presented to the market in excellent order, it is generously proportioned, with well-planned living space. The property has been painted in neutral tones throughout and is finished with quality fixtures and fittings. The current owners have maintained the property to an exceptionally high standard, and it will make a lovely starter/family home. The accommodation comprises: a spacious entrance hallway, large bright and spacious lounge with adequate space to accommodate a formal dining table and chairs with ease, a stylish kitchen fitted with modern quality base and wall mounted units, three double bedrooms, complete with fitted wardrobes and a contemporary family bathroom with shower over the bath. The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, good storage facilities and an entry phone security system. There are communal garden areas to the front and rear and there is ample on street parking available to the front of the building. This property will appeal to a variety of buyers and viewing is highly recommended.
West Pilton is a predominantly residential area of Edinburgh, which lies to the north of the city centre. It extends from the north of Ferry Road, between Granton and Fettes. There are two Morrisons Superstores available at Pilton Drive and Waterfront Broadway, along with a selection of small specialist shops serving the local community.Further amenities can be found at Davidsons Mains, Silverknowes, Comely Bank and Stockbridge, all locations being easily accessible. Pilton is close to some of Edinburgh’s best loved green areas, including the Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park, and the Water of Leith Walkway, as well as Forthquarter Park, Silverknowes Esplanade and Cramond Beach. For the sporting enthusiast the Ainslie Park Leisure Centre is close by, offering a swimming pool and five a side football, amongst other activities. Schooling is well represented from nursery to senior level. An efficient public transport network operates to most parts of the town and surrounding areas. The compactness of the city ensures that the city bypass and main motorway networks are also within easy reach.