Property highlight: Stylish 1 Bed Top Floor Flat - ideal for 1st Time Buyer or Property Investor & 360* Virtual Tour
Situated in popular Gorgie, approximately 15 minutes’ commute from Edinburgh’s West End and Haymarket train station, this delightful one-bedroom top/third-floor tenement flat will no doubt appeal to professionals and rental investors. The tastefully-presented home enjoys a sunny, southerly-facing aspect and benefits from access to a communal rear garden, unrestricted on-street parking, and excellent shopping amenities and transport links on the doorstep.
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Approached via a communal stairwell with a secure entry system, the front door opens into an entrance hall housing a useful store cupboard. To the left of the hall lies a bright and spacious reception room incorporating a cosy sitting area and an intimate alcove for seated dining. Notable features of this welcoming space include a classic Edinburgh Press for display items and a charming window seat.
Conveniently adjoined to the living area is a contemporary fitted kitchen. The kitchen boasts an understated white and wood-toned finish, enhanced by illuminated downlighting and stylish patterned splashbacks, and allows space for a range of freestanding goods. Also located within the flat is a double bedroom supplemented by a built-in wardrobe set behind attractive shuttered doors. Finally, a bright, modern bathroom comes replete with a WC, a pedestal basin, and a bathtub with an overhead shower. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure optimum comfort and efficiency.
Externally, the flat benefits from shared access to a rear garden and on-street parking in the vicinity is unrestricted.
Located approximately two miles southwest of the city centre, the popular area of Gorgie enjoys a small-town ambience with a fantastic range of local services and amenities. Bustling Gorgie Road is home to a vibrant selection of local shops, high street retailers and supermarkets, with further shopping facilities available in neighbouring Dalry and Chesser. Popular for its diverse social scene, Gorgie boasts an organic mix of trendy bars and bistros, award-winning restaurants, and traditional pubs.
Residents of Gorgie are also spoiled for choice when it comes to sport, leisure and entertainment. For sports fans, it is perhaps best known for Tynecastle Stadium (home to Heart of Midlothian F.C.) and for its proximity to Murrayfield Stadium, which hosts a varied programme of live sports and music events throughout the year.
A cherished fixture in the community for more than 30 years, LOVE Gorgie Farm promises fun for all the family with hands-on activities in farming, gardening, and handicrafts. The area is served by excellent bus links into the city centre and the closest train station (Slateford) offers fast and frequent services between Edinburgh and Glasgow. Gorgie benefits from swift and easy access to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh Airport and the M8/M9 networks.