1 Bed Flat - Upper for Sale in Leith Walk

29 Albert Place Flat 2 EH7 5HN
Offers Over £197,000 1 bedroom, 1 reception room

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E mail david.alves@mhdlaw.co.uk or tel 07792 176 034 for and individual viewing appointment.

Property highlight

The Property is a newly-renovated Upper Flat, with superb, sophisticated design by Strong Property

The property

The property is a beautiful, Victorian period, stone, upper flat sharing the access stair with only one other property. This distinguished, historic building is part of Leith Walk`s former Victorian Railway Station It has recently been the subject of an outstanding programme of renovation and redecoration, A “Master Class” in how it... More

The property is a beautiful, Victorian period, stone, upper flat sharing the access stair with only one other property. This distinguished, historic building is part of Leith Walk`s former Victorian Railway Station It has recently been the subject of an outstanding programme of renovation and redecoration, A “Master Class” in how it should be done, by acclaimed Strong Property Company; it showcases a brand-new Kitchen with induction hob, stainless steel electric fan oven with grill, wine cooler, `fridge, automatic washing machine and dishwasher. There is a new fully tiled Shower/w.c. with twin windows. An efficient new gas central heating system and replacement double-glazed windows throughout, combine to provide affordable year-round comfort. Of particular note is the generous Sitting/Diningroom/Kitchen, over 7 metres long. With a sunny aspect over Leith Walk, to mature trees, it is flooded with natural light from no less than 5 windows. Cornicing and wall panelling combine with lovely natural “herringbone” oak flooring and many ceiling-mounted downlighters to create a stylish and sophisticated ambience for City Living. The Double Bedroom features a panelled bedhead wall with fitted shelves, drawers and designer pendant lights, a shelved recess with fitted base cupboard and new fitted carpet. In all, this is an especially fine home, perfect for everyday living and entertaining, which will give pride of ownership for a long time to come. ROW/LEITH WALK, with its` close proximity to all Edinburgh City Centre has to offer, is a popular location for young professionals and couples of all ages. The area is becoming one of the City`s sought-after locations, offering a wealth of amenities. There is a Tesco local, “on the doorstep” with Tesco Supermarkets nearby at Duke Street/ Easter road and at Broughton Road. Easter Road itself offers a popular Lidl. Leith Walk is home to a good number of independent shops, bars, bistros and restaurants, including the acclaimed Little Chart Room. At the corner of Macdonald Road is a large Public Library. A little to the north at Greenside Place is the Playhouse Theatre and Omni Centre with Cinema Complex and Gym, beyond which is John Lewis, Harvey Nicols and a huge new Shopping Centre, currently under construction. Regular bus services, soon to be joined by the tram extension, give rapid access to the City Centre, many suburbs, the Airport and beyond. Waverley Station is easily accessible. Edinburgh is a European Capital City, U.K Financial Centre, second-only to London, normally a major Tourist Destination and home to the annual Festival of the Arts. It has a rich cultural life with Museums, Art Galleries,Concert Halls, Theatres and Cinemas. It is home to major Sporting Events throughout the year-most particularly Football matches and Rugby Internationals. Fine Schools in both Private and Public sectors feed to 4 Universities and several Colleges of Further Education to provide a wealth of Educational opportunities.

Council Tax Band C
Energy rating D

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MHD Law LLP - Property Department

0131 253 2287

45 Queen Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7HT

Property reference: E423450

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