Property highlight: Stylish one bedroom apartment, within former bonded warehouse, close to the vibrant Shore district
*Please note this property is for cash buyers only* Situated on the third floor of a unique bonded warehouse conversion in vibrant Leith, this one-bedroom apartment has bright airy interiors and lies within easy reach of the city centre and the cosmopolitan Shore district. The property lies on the first floor and displays signs of its historic past, with its deep window reveals and steel columns. Behind the front door opens is a generous hall with large cupboard and at the end, you reach the heart of the home: the breath-taking open-plan living/diner/kitchen area, with a dual corner aspect. Fitted into one corner of the room, separated by a convivial peninsular unit, the kitchen offers extensive storage and worktop space, as well as a range of integrated appliances. The vast living/dining area is an exceptionally versatile space that would lend itself to endless furniture arrangements. The spacious double bedroom is bathed in light from another deep window and is enhanced by substantial built-in wardrobes. An ultra-modern three-piece bathroom, features ‘accent’ spotlights, fitted with over-bath shower, glass screen and finished with a ladder radiator. The property benefits from electric underfloor central heating and double glazing. Externally the property enjoys secure underground parking with an allocated space, a secure communal bike store and beautifully landscaped courtyard terrace.
Bonnington lies approximately one and a half miles from the city centre and has quick and easy access to good variety of local shops and facilities on nearby Newhaven Road and Great Junction Street, as well as a Tesco supermarket at Canonmills and a Morrison’s supermarket on Ferry Road. The Ocean Terminal shopping centre boasts a number of high street names as well as a multi-screen cinema, gym and various eateries. The popular Shore district is within walking distance and provides a variety of cosmopolitan bars and restaurants. Leith Links, the Botanic Gardens and the Water of Leith are close by providing walking and cycling paths as well as a peaceful place to relax. The heart of the financial and commercial sectors can be reached on foot or by car or by the good regular bus services running from the area. For the commuter there is easy access to the East Coast, Forth Road Bridge, City Bypass and motorway networks beyond.