Boasting a desirable and convenient city address, situated beside the picturesque Meadows, this beautifully presented main door flat lies just a short stroll from Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. Occupying a corner position within a Victorian tenement building, the flat enjoys generously sized rooms, tall ceilings and a sunny south-facing...
Boasting a desirable and convenient city address, situated beside the picturesque Meadows, this beautifully presented main door flat lies just a short stroll from Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. Occupying a corner position within a Victorian tenement building, the flat enjoys generously sized rooms, tall ceilings and a sunny south-facing aspect. In addition, the flat is enhanced by beautifully retained features, paired with sympathetically authentic décor and finishes.
Approached via a charming private front garden, the handsome front door opens into a practical entrance vestibule leading through to a spacious hallway. The spectacular living room is lit by an impressive bay window and adorned with ornate ceiling cornicing. This inviting and versatile space incorporates a comfortable seating area, arranged around a feature period fireplace, as well as a large seated dining area. The living room also houses built-in storage and provides access to an adjoining home study area. Across the hall, the kitchen is fitted with farmhouse-style white cabinets and timber worktops, accompanied by chic integrated downlighting, sleek metro tiling and a double Belfast sink, as well as a range of appliances. The flat’s two superbly spacious double bedrooms benefit from a south-facing aspect and an array of exquisite features; one bedroom also boasts a window seat and a walk-in wardrobe with extensive fitted storage. Finally, a bathroom and a separate WC complete the accommodation on offer. The flat also enjoys the benefit of a gas central heating system and externally there is a shared rear garden and zoned parking.
Lauriston lies beside one of the capital’s most celebrated green spaces, the Meadows, as well as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town. the area is situated within walking distance of an outstanding selection of cultural venues, bars, pubs, eateries and shops. Tollcross Primary School and James Gillespie's High School provide local state schooling, whilst the area boasts one of the capital’s most renowned independent schools, George Heriot's School, as well as the Edinburgh College of Art. Edinburgh University’s main city campus is also just a stone’s throw away. Lauriston benefits from fantastic bus services across the city and is within easy reach of the tram line to the airport as well as Waverley and Haymarket train stations providing services.
Home Report £325,000 EPC C
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