Appealing two-bedroom flat located within Leith's historic maritime quarter.
This appealing two-bedroom, two-bathroom flat is desirably located within Leith's historic maritime quarter, on the third/top floor of a handsome Leith Lofts converted whisky bond, just a stone's throw from the Shore's fashionable bars and eateries. The flat benefits from a private balcony and allocated parking, and internally enjoys a neutral finish enhanced by such characterful features as pine flooring and window shutters.
The flat is reached via a welcoming communal stairwell with secure entry. On opening the front door, you step into an entrance hall leading to a bright and airy open-plan living area and kitchen, opening onto a balcony which provides a delightful outdoor seating area. The modern monochrome kitchen is framed by chic metro tiling and, in addition to cabinetry and workspace, is equipped with an integrated oven and gas hob with a statement hood, an under-counter fridge, and a handy pantry cupboard. A freestanding washing machine is discreetly house within the main bedroom's built-in storage. Also found within the home are a double bedroom and a large single bedroom. The double room benefits from built-in storage and an en-suite white and chrome bathroom with a WC-suite and a bathtub with an overhead shower. Also appointed in a tastefully understated fashion is a shower room accessed from the hall and incorporating a WC-suite, a shower enclosure, and a towel radiator. The property benefits from electric heating. Externally, the property comes with an allocated parking space, whilst, for outdoor recreation and relaxation, the open green space of Leith Links is just a short stroll away.
Located just two miles northeast of the city centre, the historic and vibrant district of Leith is characterised by an eclectic mix of bars, cafés, and eateries. The area also benefits from a wealth of retail outlets, including Ocean Terminal shopping centre, which hosts a wide range of high street stores, as well as family restaurants, a 24-hour gym and a multiplex cinema. Leith's rich cultural scene is further enhanced by annual festivals, live music venues, galleries, and artists' studios. The district also encompasses the Shore: a fashionable waterfront with an array of pubs and restaurants, including award-winning restaurants. Amidst the bustle of Leith are various tranquil green spaces, such as Leith Links and Claremont Park, while Leith Victoria Swim Centre provides indoor sport and leisure facilities including a pool, fitness studios and a gym. Edinburgh city centre is easily accessible by bus, day and night, and there is also a direct bus link to Edinburgh International Airport. Furthermore, the tram line is currently being extended through Leith to provide another swift connection through the city centre all the way to the airport. The school catchment area covers early years, primary, and secondary education.
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