Property history for 45/1 Madeira Street, Edinburgh, EH6 4AJ

3 Bed First Floor Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£270,000 in December 2017

Details from last sale

in December 2017

The property

This superb traditional first floor flat commands a fine position within a pleasant cobbled street boasting the magnificent and historically famous land mark North Leith Church in the fashionable Leith district lying north of the City Centre. Quietly located, this impressive victorian property offers particularly light and spacious... More

This superb traditional first floor flat commands a fine position within a pleasant cobbled street boasting the magnificent and historically famous land mark North Leith Church in the fashionable Leith district lying north of the City Centre. Quietly located, this impressive victorian property offers particularly light and spacious accommodation with enhancing period features and excellent storage facilities comprising: welcoming hall, elegant twin windowed sittingroom, three bedrooms, large kitchen/diningroom and bathroom. While well maintained, upgrading and decoration would now be beneficial providing excellent scope for a discerning purchaser. Electric heating. An entryphone system provides security to the well kept mutual stairway which in turn gives access to a truly delightful shared rear garden with bright westerly aspect. Unrestricted on street parking.

  • Sittingroom

    6.17 m X 4.27 m / 20'3" X 14'0"

  • Kitchen Dining Room

    4.83 m X 3.1 m / 15'10" X 10'2"

  • Bedroom 1

    5.13 m X 4.32 m / 16'10" X 14'2"

  • Bedroom 2

    3.94 m X 3.78 m / 12'11" X 12'5"

  • Bedroom 3

    2.57 m X 2.13 m / 8'5" X 6'12"

  • Bathroom

    2.13 m X 1.19 m / 6'12" X 3'11"

Energy rating F

Sold property prices

Marketed by

Beveridge Philp & Ross - Property Department

0131 253 2986

22 Bernard Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6PS

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