56/4 Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh, EH9 1DH

3 Bed Flat - Second Floor with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£495,000 in October 2023

The property

Tastefully-presented and spacious, three-bedroom, dual-aspect, second-floor flat, forming part of an impressive traditional stone-built tenement in the highly sought-after Marchmont district, south of Edinburgh city centre. Comprises an; entrance hallway, living room, dining/kitchen, three double bedrooms, box room, and a family bathroom. This period property includes tall-ceilings, period cornice-work, a front facing bay window, and generous room sizes. Further features include extensive quality wood flooring, gas central heating, and good storage. There is a secured entry system, a characterful communal stairway with skylight cupola, and a well-maintained shared garden. The reception hall gives access throughout, and features a built-in store cupboard, together with ample space for freestanding storage. Set to the front, is the impressive public room, with a feature fireplace, ornate cornice work, and a bay window. Rear facing, is the spacious kitchen with space for a dinner table and a built-in store/pantry cupboard. Fitted units and worktops include a breakfast bar and a sink with drainer, whilst a number of appliances are available for inclusion in the sale. The three bedrooms are all full doubles, with space for freestanding storage, modern flooring and period cornice work. A generous box room has dual access from the hall and lounge, and offers a flexible space for a potential home office, dresser or superb storage. The bathroom has a rear facing window, and is fitted with a three piece suite, including a mains shower over the bath. A 360 Virtual Tour is available online.

Council Tax Band E
Total Floor Area 114 m2
Energy rating C

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