Ideal for city professionals, first-time buyers, and buy-to-let investors, this traditional one-bedroom (plus box room) third/top-floor flat in sought-after Roseburn boasts generous accommodation and well-presented interiors with desirable period features. It also enjoys an enviable location within walking distance of the city centre. If...
Ideal for city professionals, first-time buyers, and buy-to-let investors, this traditional one-bedroom (plus box room) third/top-floor flat in sought-after Roseburn boasts generous accommodation and well-presented interiors with desirable period features. It also enjoys an enviable location within walking distance of the city centre. If required, the property offers further potential for development, allowing buyers to convert it into a two bedroom flat. In addition, there is a large attic space accessed from the box room, which could be transformed to create an attractive four/five bedroom home (subject to planning permission).
Reached via a secure communal entrance and stairwell, the flat's front door opens to a pristine hall, with a charming arched recess for coats and shoes. The neutral palette and rich solid oak flooring flow from here into the living room. This inviting reception area, framed by a striking wooden mantelpiece inset with a cosy fire, offers generous space for comfortable lounge furniture and a relaxed dining bay. It sees lots of natural light and enjoys desirable period details, including highly decorative cornicing, a picture rail, and an Edinburgh Press. In the dining kitchen, the space is well equipped with wood-toned cabinets and black granite-style worktops, all complemented by luxury Karndean flooring (with a transferable purchase guarantee until 2026). It incorporates an integrated electric hob and oven, a freestanding fridge-freezer, an undercounter washing machine, and a brand-new dishwasher. Furthermore, it has a recess for a dining table for sociable meals and entertaining, as well as two large cupboards. The double bedroom is to the front of the home, presented with snug carpeting and soft décor for an airy ambience. It is a spacious room with an ample footprint for bedside furnishings. There is also a good-size box room for versatile use, proving ideal as a nursery or an office. Finishing the home is a modern three-piece bathroom with an overhead shower. Gas central heating and double glazing throughout ensure year-round comfort and efficiency.
Outside, the flat benefits from a large communal garden laid with a well-tended lawn for summer socialising. Unrestricted on-street parking is available in the wider area.
Extras: all fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings, integrated appliances, a fridge-freezer, a washing machine, and a dishwasher to be included in the sale, along with the bedroom wardrobe, bedside table, and chest of drawers. The remaining furniture is available by separate negotiation.
Traditional third/top-floor flat
In sought-after Roseburn
In walking distance of city centre
Potential for attic conversion
Desirable period features
Pristine entrance hallway
Generous & inviting living room
Well-equipped dining kitchen
Spacious & airy double bedroom
Good-size, versatile box room
Modern three-piece bathroom
Well-tended communal garden
Unrestricted on-street parking
Established west of the city centre on the banks of the Water of Leith, Roseburn falls within the Coltbridge and Wester Coates conservation area and is cherished for its rich architectural landscape and protected areas of natural beauty. Whilst just a short walk from bustling Haymarket and the desirable West End, within minutes you can also be strolling along the tranquil Water of Leith Walkway, taking in sights such as idyllic Dean Village along the way. Vibrant Roseburn Terrace is lined with a charming selection of local shops and services, including an express supermarket and a choice of traditional pubs, cafés, and restaurants. More extensive shopping facilities are available at nearby Craigleith Retail Park, or in the city centre. Residents enjoy an array of sport and fitness activities right on their doorstep, including the Murrayfield Lawn Tennis Club, several gyms and sports clubs, and, of course, Murrayfield Stadium, which is just around the corner. Roseburn is exceptionally well connected and served by fantastic public transport links, including a comprehensive bus network and tram services between Edinburgh International Airport (calling at Haymarket station) and the city centre. Roseburn is also traversed by Route 1 of the National Cycling Network, which connects with various cycle and pedestrian paths across the city and beyond.
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