Set away from the road in Corstorphine, this two-bedroom mid-terrace house has a desirable setting in the capital, positioned within easy reach of excellent amenities and transport links. The home is presented in excellent decorative order, offering an elegant living room with a focal-point fireplace, a Shaker-inspired dining kitchen with wooden worktops, and a private balcony with front garden views. The home is heated by gas central heating and has double glazing throughout.
The southeast-facing home also boasts a fully-enclosed rear garden with a lawn and a patio. On-street parking is available.
Offering a wealth of amenities on your doorstep, Corstorphine thoroughly deserves its reputation as a desirable and well-connected residential area. Lying to the west of Edinburgh city centre, it enjoys outstanding transport links, making commuting by car or public transport fast and convenient. Furthermore, the area is well known as a shopping mecca in which traditional high street shops sit side-by-side with large retail outlets, such as a Tesco Extra supermarket and a Co-op. The nearby Gyle Shopping Centre boasts over 40 shops (including an M&S) and various eateries.
David Lloyd offers a gym, indoor and outdoor pools, and tennis, badminton, and squash courts. Nearby, Corstorphine Hill is the ideal place for a tranquil stroll and offers lovely views over the city centre. Corstorphine also benefits from its own rugby, football, and cricket clubs, as well as local golf courses.
For those needing to travel further afield for work or leisure, Edinburgh International Airport is a short drive away, and there are two tram stops within close proximity. The area is also served by regular day and night buses, frequent trains from the South Gyle train station, and excellent road links to the city centre, Glasgow, Fife, and to the south. In addition, Corstorphine provides local state schools at both primary and secondary level, with Edinburgh's leading independent schools easily accessed.
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