N0W RETURNED TO MARKET. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a substantial, generously proportioned family home on an elevated position providing flexible family accommodation over two floors and benefiting from a delightful large enclosed private garden. The property would now benefit from some refurbishment, updating and repair....
N0W RETURNED TO MARKET. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a substantial, generously proportioned family home on an elevated position providing flexible family accommodation over two floors and benefiting from a delightful large enclosed private garden. The property would now benefit from some refurbishment, updating and repair. This highly desirable 1930's property boasts many appealing traditional features including a large hall, high ceilings, sash & case windows, decorative fireplaces in many rooms and excellent storage throughout. The subjects comprise on ground floor: welcoming entrance vestibule and hall; bright and appealing south facing lounge with large bay window; similarly sized family / dining room with tiled fireplace and large window looking out across the large rear garden; kitchen with larder, utility room and storage cupboard; and WC; on the upper level there are three spacious double bedrooms with ample storage and good sized family bathroom with white suite and twin windows to the side. The windows of the front bedrooms offer delightful views, looking out towards Arthur's Seat and Blackford Hill whilst the rear bedroom window looks out towards Corstorphine Hill. The property benefits from gas central heating. The enclosed rear garden provides a child and pet safe environment and includes a brick-walled greenhouse. There is a single garage/workshop with electricity and light, driveway and to the front and to the side there is also an off-road parking area.
Greenbank is a much sought-after residential district of the city which successfully combines city centre accessibility with a leafy suburban environment typified by broad tree lined avenues and substantial property styles set within large attractive gardens. It is situated to the South West of the city centre near Morningside, Craiglockhart and Merchiston, and is a little more than two miles south of Princes Street. There is an excellent range of amenities close by in Morningside, which includes specialist shops, Waitrose superstore and Marks & Spencer food outlet as well as a number of bars, restaurants, cinema and theatre. The Craiglockhart Sports and Tennis Club, the Hillend Sports Centre, Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Course, The Hermitage of Braid and the wonderful open spaces of the Pentland Hills Regional Park are all within walking distance or a short drive. Schooling is well represented from nursery to senior level, both in the private and public sectors, and Napier University is close by. Edinburgh's city centre is within easy reach with regular No 16 bus services to and from the city centre. The proximity to the city bypass also gives easy links to the motorway network, Edinburgh International Airport and northwards via the Queensferry Crossing.
5.23 m X 4.22 m / 17'2" X 13'10"
Family / Dining Room
4.83 m X 4.22 m / 15'10" X 13'10"
3.28 m X 2.82 m / 10'9" X 9'3"
4.93 m X 3.84 m / 16'2" X 12'7"
4.85 m X 3.84 m / 15'11" X 12'7"
3.45 m X 2.95 m / 11'4" X 9'8"
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