The property is a fine ground and garden level flat benefiting from lovely classical proportions, and fine period features (fireplaces, woodwork, cornicing etc.). It has twin entrances: One, at ground level from the impressive hall (shared with two other flats) and the other, from the front private courtyard with useful cellar storage....
The property is a fine ground and garden level flat benefiting from lovely classical proportions, and fine period features (fireplaces, woodwork, cornicing etc.). It has twin entrances: One, at ground level from the impressive hall (shared with two other flats) and the other, from the front private courtyard with useful cellar storage. Two of the three cellars are damp-proofed and dry lined.
To the rear is a delightful private south-facing garden with sheltered paved terrace, accessed from a good-sized conservatory.
The accommodation, whilst well-maintained, could now do with some upgrading to perfectly suit the new owner’s taste.
The accommodation offers flexibility of use either as 3 or 4 bedrooms as required. The Kitchen offers ample breakfasting space, is fitted with older-pattern units and comes complete with gas hob, electric double oven (1 incorporates microwave) fridge/freezer, automatic washing machine, dishwasher and waste disposal. There is a tumble dryer located in one of the external cellars.
A four piece Bathroom and adjoining separate Cloakroom/W.C. at ground level is supplemented by a useful Shower/W.C. at garden level. Storage is well-provided with a range of fitted wardrobes in Bedroom 1, complemented by a large shelved Boxroom/store. There is a handy Study/Home Office off the Sitting/Diningroom.
Full gas central heating ensures year-round comfort and all fitted carpets, curtains and light fittings are included in the sale. In all, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire an ideal Family Home for upgrading and/or sub-division (subject to planning and other permissions) in prestigious area, close to a wide range of life-enhancing amenities. Residents’ Parking is by Permit (Zone 1)
AREA Chester Street is situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s sought-after West End, within easy walking distance of the City Centre with its’ wide variety of Shopping, Museums, Art Galleries, Cinemas, Theatres, Bars/Bistros & Restaurants. Edinburgh’s Dean Gallery and Museum of Modern Art are very close to hand at nearby Belford where there is also a popular private Sports Club. Not far away at Lennox Street is a thriving private Tennis Club.
A little to the north at Comely Bank/Stockbridge there is an excellent variety of local shopping including Waitrose and Co-op Supermarkets and Raeburn Fine Wines. Many of Edinburgh’s well-regarded private schools are very easily accessible; most notably Stewart’s Melville, Mary Erskine’s, Fettes College, St George’s School for Girls, Edinburgh Academy and also George Heriot’s.
The City is Home to 4 Universities, several Colleges of Further Education and is also host to the Annual Festival of the Arts, its’ Fringe and many sporting events throughout the year – most notably International Rugby matches.
Nearby Haymarket Railway Station offers regular services to Glasgow, Fife and the North. Here, too, one can take the tram to Princes Street, the Gyle Business Park and Shopping Centre and Edinburgh Airport.
VIEWING: Sunday 2-4pm or by appointment with Sturrock Armstrong and Thomson: 0131 225 4082
Sitting Room / Dining Room
6.25 m X 4.24 m / 20'6" X 13'11"
4.11 m X 3.43 m / 13'6" X 11'3"
4.55 m X 3.3 m / 14'11" X 10'10"
7.54 m X 5.05 m / 24'9" X 16'7"
2.03 m X 2.01 m / 6'8" X 6'7"
6.25 m X 4.22 m / 20'6" X 13'10"
5.33 m X 3.84 m / 17'6" X 12'7"
5.33 m X 2.51 m / 17'6" X 8'3"
3.02 m X 1.78 m / 9'11" X 5'10"
2.57 m X 2.11 m / 8'5" X 6'11"
2.54 m X 2.34 m / 8'4" X 7'8"
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