Property history for 81/6 Easter Warriston, Edinburgh, EH7 4QY

2 Bed First Floor Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£215,051 in April 2019

Details from last sale

in April 2019

The property

81/6 Easter Warriston is a very well presented and quietly situated modern first floor apartment set within a delightful Development with lovely, landscaped communal grounds. Easter Warriston is a long, peaceful cul de sac which is ideally positioned approximately 2 miles from the City centre. This attractive and sunny flat offers well... More

81/6 Easter Warriston is a very well presented and quietly situated modern first floor apartment set within a delightful Development with lovely, landscaped communal grounds. Easter Warriston is a long, peaceful cul de sac which is ideally positioned approximately 2 miles from the City centre. This attractive and sunny flat offers well proportioned rooms and has been very well maintained in recent years. There are very pleasant views from an attractive square bay window in the lounge looking over mature gardens and trees. The kitchen and bathroom are contemporary in design and in walk in condition. Gas central heating (with a regularly serviced boiler) and high quality double glazing ensure comfortable within an easily managed budget. Externally there is private brick built garage in a separate block within one minute's walk of the apartment. The pleasing accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall connecting all the rooms and features a deep walk in store with the central heating boiler. There is also another shelved cupboard. The lounge is bright and airy with a double aspect to front and rear. To the front there is a lovely view over the well maintained gardens which will be lovely in all seasons. The kitchen is fully fitted with storage units and the appliances (ceramic hob, oven, washing machine and fridge/freezer, all AEG, are included in the sale). Both bedrooms feature fitted storage and the bathroom has a white 3 piece suite with a shower over the bath. Easter Warriston is a fine modern development which is highly regarded for the combination of peace and quiet while being within very easy reach of Edinburgh City Centre and a host of outstanding amenities and facilities. Delightful walks are available nearby at the Water of Leith at St Marks Park. Off road cycle tracks/walkways run from Leith into the City and beyond and the sea is within walking distance at nearby Newhaven. Regular bus services connect east, west and south into the City. High quality local shopping is available at Goldenacre and a wide choice of supermarkets are to found in Leith, Newhaven and Ferry Road. Ocean Terminal is a highly popular shopping centre with national brands and an excellent cinema complex. It is also the berth of the Royal Yacht Britannia which is currently Scotland's most popular tourist destination. The stunning Royal Botanic Garden is to be found in Goldenacre together with other beautiful, open parks. The City centre is an easy bus journey away and is possible on foot. On the way there is a fine choice of wine bars and coffee shops to add to the walk.

  • Hall

  • Lounge

    3.06 m X 6.39 m / 10'0" X 21'0"

  • Kitchen

    2.65 m X 2.11 m / 8'8" X 6'11"

  • Bedroom One

    3.1 m X 3.07 m / 10'2" X 10'1"

  • Bedroom Two

    2.08 m X 3.08 m / 6'10" X 10'1"

  • Bathroom

  • Garage

Energy rating C

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Sturrock, Armstrong & Thomson - Property Department

0131 253 2726

7a Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6QG

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