Occupying a prime corner plot at the end of an established cul-de-sac development in Edinburgh’s exclusive Grange district, this three-bedroom detached villa has been recently upgraded and modernised and offers tremendous scope for further development: an extension could be added to the side of the house, as per other nearby houses,...
Occupying a prime corner plot at the end of an established cul-de-sac development in Edinburgh’s exclusive Grange district, this three-bedroom detached villa has been recently upgraded and modernised and offers tremendous scope for further development: an extension could be added to the side of the house, as per other nearby houses, subject to the usual planning consents. Characterised by its flexible, semi-open-plan layout, the property also boasts a tandem garage, a single driveway and an enclosed, southwest-facing garden.
The villa is framed by well-tended gardens and welcoming you inside is a spacious hall with ample scope for a console table. On the right the open-plan living room and dining room stretches the full depth of the property and provides an ideal setting for everyday family life and entertaining. The comfortable living room to the front enjoys full-height windows and a gas stove; the spacious dining area features southwest-facing patio doors onto the garden. The classic 1970s serving hatch has been thoughtfully preserved and allows a clear line of sight into the galley kitchen adjacent. Bathed in light from a southwest-facing window and a semi-glazed door to the garden, the galley kitchen strikes the perfect balance of form and function. Modern, matte-white cabinetry is paired with contrasting black handles, grey stone-effect worktops and gleaming metro tiles for a fresh and minimalist feel.
There are two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a well-proportioned single bedroom. Styled to match the kitchen, the sunny bathroom is immaculately tiled in contrasting black and white tones, and is equipped with a shower-over-bath with a glazed screen, a wall-mounted basin and a hidden-cistern toilet. Additionally, there is also a useful under-stair cupboard. Double glazed windows, gas central heating, cavity wall insulation and loft insulation guarantee optimum comfort and efficiency. The property further benefits from a tandem garage and private gardens to the front and rear. The shared grounds within the cul-de-sac are maintained by the Relugas Place Residents’ Association for an annual charge of approximately £30 per household.
The exclusive conservation area of The Grange is an Edinburgh suburb with grand Victorian villas and mature gardens. From the leafy and tranquil streets of The Grange, it is only a short walk to the bustling shops and cafés of Morningside and Bruntsfield or 2 miles to the City Centre. Schooling is well catered for from nursery to senior level and the property falls within the catchment for Sciennes Primary School and James Gillespie’s High School. Edinburgh and Napier Universities are both close by. The Grange is very well served by day and night public transport, walkways and numerous cycle paths. HOME REPORT: £400,000. EPC BAND:C
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