6a Mayfield Terrace, Edinburgh, EH9 1SA

4 Bed Flat - Double Upper with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£751,000 in October 2020

The property

Located on a peaceful leafy street in the highly sought after Blacket Conservation Area in Newington, this truly impressive 4 bedroom double upper conversion forms part of a Victorian house. The property is situated within easy reach of a variety of local amenities, excellent schools and the attractions of the city centre. This elegant property has main door access and offers generously proportioned, flexible family accommodation complemented by a variety of fine period features, lovely views of Arthur's Seat and The Pentland Hills and a delightful enclosed south-facing rear garden. Location Newington is a highly sought after residential neighbourhood south of the city, served by excellent local amenities including a wide range of everyday and specialist shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. Within easy reach are Cameron Toll, Fort Kinnaird and Straiton Shopping Centres. Leisure and recreational amenities are plentiful with the Royal Commonwealth Pool and the green open spaces of The Meadows, Arthur's Seat, Holyrood Park, Prestonfield and Craigmillar Park golf courses, the Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hills all located nearby. The area is also well suited for access to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and Edinburgh University. There is good road access to the city bypass with excellent connections to the central motorway network. There are also regular bus services running to and from the city centre. Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, curtain rails, light fittings, range cooker, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and two garden sheds are included in the sale price. The curtains are available by separate negotiation.

Council Tax Band G
Total Floor Area 209 m2
Energy rating E

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