Located within Edinburgh’s desirable maritime quarter, close to the Shore’s fashionable bars and restaurants, this mid-terrace townhouse forms part of an award-winning quayside development; built by CALA homes in 2014 to an exceptionally high standard. Accompanied by a large roof terrace and private parking, this flawlessly-presented...
Located within Edinburgh’s desirable maritime quarter, close to the Shore’s fashionable bars and restaurants, this mid-terrace townhouse forms part of an award-winning quayside development; built by CALA homes in 2014 to an exceptionally high standard. Accompanied by a large roof terrace and private parking, this flawlessly-presented home boasts a wealth of accommodation and minimalist Scandinavian-inspired interior design.
Welcoming you into the home is an expansive hall housing a utility room and a WC cloakroom. Also located on the ground floor, are two bedrooms with the largest room opening onto a sunny gated patio area and would make an ideal additional sitting room or guest bedroom. On the first floor, a landing accommodates a living room and a dining kitchen. Benefiting from all-day sun, the living room lends itself to numerous furniture configurations and enjoys two sets of French windows opening onto Juliet balconies. The kitchen features a spacious dining area, whilst also leading onto the home’s decked roof terrace; an enchanting outdoor space. The German-designed ALNO kitchen is stylishly presented in off-white and grey wood tones. A comprehensive selection of fitted cabinets is neatly integrated with top-brand Siemens appliances, paired with a sleek stainless-steel splashback. Completing the first-floor accommodation is a stylish shower room and a storage cupboard. On the second floor, there are two generous bedrooms benefiting from double fitted wardrobes, Juliet balconies and deluxe en-suites.
Notable features of this remarkable home include plantation-style shutters, superb storage, ultra-efficient double glazing, dual-zone gas central heating, a premium alarm system, external power and water and loft space for useful extra storage. Externally, the property is complemented by a private carport for two vehicles, additional visitors’ parking and a bin store.
Situated approx. 2 miles north of Edinburgh city centre, this vibrant suburb was once a thriving port at the heart of the capital’s maritime industry. Like much of Edinburgh’s northern seaboard, The Shore has undergone significant regeneration in recent years to become one of most desirable areas in the capital. The Shore is within the catchment area for Leith Primary School and Leith Academy, and is also close to Edinburgh’s first dedicated Gaelic primary school in Bonnington.
Home Report £450,000.
EPC Band B.
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