Boyd Legal are delighted to present to the market this this charming 2-bedroom ground floor flat boasting its own main door access located within Edinburgh's historic Dean Village with the added advantage of a delightful private garden to the rear. The property boasts a bright, stylish interior and is presented in good order throughout....
Boyd Legal are delighted to present to the market this this charming 2-bedroom ground floor flat boasting its own main door access located within Edinburgh's historic Dean Village with the added advantage of a delightful private garden to the rear. The property boasts a bright, stylish interior and is presented in good order throughout. The accommodation comprises; a secure communal stairway with turreted stone staircase to all floors. A welcoming entrance hallway, a bright and spacious lounge/dining room with dedicated spaces for relaxing and entertaining, a modern kitchen fitted with ample base and wall mounted units in white with a solid wooden worktop with integrated oven and hob, double glass doors from the kitchen provide direct access to the private rear garden. There are two good sized bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom with white suite and separate shower cubicle. The property's specification features gas central heating, a shared courtyard garden and allocated parking.
Edinburgh, famous for its architectural history provides one of the most attractive and residential working environments and is famed as a city of culture. Dean Path is situated in the very heart of this, located in the desirable Dean Village area enjoying unrivalled access to the city's fantastic array of shopping and entertainment amenities, and historic and cultural attractions. The main shopping and commercial thoroughfares of Princes Street, George Street and Multrees Walk which offers luxury shopping, home of Scotland's only Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, and many other exclusive fashion brands making the Multrees Walk shopping experience second to none and the West End Village's delightful independent shopping area. Enjoying a diverse array of entertainment and recreation options, the area enjoys easy access to quaint local pubs, lively bars and an eclectic range of restaurants, serving a wide choice of cuisines. Nearby, the popular Fountainpark area houses numerous bars and restaurants, as well as a gym, casino, bowling alley and cinema, whilst a further cinema can be found on Lothian Road. The West End is also home to some of the capital's most prestigious theatres and music venues, including the iconic domed Usher Hall. Due to its central location, the area is well-serviced by transport links, offering connections across the city and further afield, and is also conveniently-placed for access to the city's two main train stations. The idyllic Princes Street Gardens, overlooked by Edinburgh's historic castle, provides a fantastic local outdoor space, whilst the scenic Union Canal walkway, popular with cyclists, joggers and dog walkers, is also close by.
For more energy information,
request the Home Report.