****UNDER OFFER*** Great first time buyer flat, forming part of a block of just six properties, this bright and particularly spacious first floor flat would now benefit from modernization. Approached from a well maintained stair and secure entry system, the UPVC front door opens to the hallway. At the end of the hall is the spacious...
****UNDER OFFER*** Great first time buyer flat, forming part of a block of just six properties, this bright and particularly spacious first floor flat would now benefit from modernization. Approached from a well maintained stair and secure entry system, the UPVC front door opens to the hallway. At the end of the hall is the spacious west-facing lounge flooded with light from twin picture windows with gas fire, this generous room allows for various furniture configurations with space for a dining table and chairs. Accessed off the lounge, the kitchen is fitted with ample wall and floor units. The flat boasts two double bedrooms, lying to the front and rear respectively. The front bedroom is the larger of the two, the bedroom to rear enjoys open views over the shared garden area. Completing the accommodation is the wet room with multi panel wall boards, with Mira electric shower. The property benefits from double glazing and a gas central heating system which is powered by a back boiler. Externally there is use of a shared drying green and gardens to the rear; ample on-street parking is available.
Pilton Drive North lies approximately 4 miles north west of Princes Street and is well placed for those working within the city centre with a regular bus service available nearby. Alternatively, major access roads including the A90 Queensferry Road, M8 and A720 Edinburgh City By-Pass allow for ease of commuting out-with the city boundaries. This well-established district of Pilton lies between Granton Harbour and Ferry Road, with regular bus services connecting to the city centre, and to Leith. The area benefits from a wide range of amenities, including the nearby Ainslie Park Leisure Centre with its gym and pool, and the Spartans Football Club, with the Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park only a short distance away. Local shopping is supplemented by a large Morrison’s supermarket within easy walking distance and the popular shopping Property Description Area Description areas of Davidson's Mains, Comely Bank, and Stockbridge also lie close at hand. Craigleith Retail Park offers a range of high-street names, including Sainsbury's and M&S, with the retail and leisure complex at Ocean Terminal providing further indoor shopping and a multiplex cinema. Well-regarded local schools include Wardie and Granton primary schools, and Broughton and Trinity high schools.
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