DATE: TUESDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER AT 12 NOON
Arranged over three levels, this exclusive home is a sprawling 2599 square feet, providing generous accommodation with beautiful modern decor. Furthermore, it enjoys a wonderful position flanked by the River Almond for idyllic strolls, and the prestigious Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society. It is...
DATE: TUESDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER AT 12 NOON
Arranged over three levels, this exclusive home is a sprawling 2599 square feet, providing generous accommodation with beautiful modern decor. Furthermore, it enjoys a wonderful position flanked by the River Almond for idyllic strolls, and the prestigious Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society. It is also just a brisk walk to the sea, where Cramond Island awaits.
Nestled behind a lovely front garden with established leafy greens, the front door to 9 Gamekeeper’s Park opens into a vestibule and reception hall which enjoys a neutral palette lightly coloured by timberstyle flooring. An immaculate WC and deep under-stair storage are included, before flowing directly into the living/dining room. Continuing the decor and styling of the hall, this reception room boasts a very generous floorplan with flexible space for comfortable lounge furniture and a large family dining table. A feature mantelpiece with a pebble-stone hearth forms the ideal focal point. This reception room is southerly-facing too, illuminated by leafy garden views and French doors to the garden room. For more intimate and congenial evenings, a versatile family room/dining room provides a comfortable space for relaxing. Alternatively, this reception area could be utilised as a sixth bedroom if desired. The kitchen enjoys green views to the front garden and is fitted with light timber-style cabinets and black granite-effect worktops, splashback tiles and a range of appliances. A doorway leads to an adjacent, utility room with a washer.
A carpeted staircase, with a window to the side, leads to the upper landing where four spacious double bedrooms await. Presented in neutral palettes with soft carpeting for comfort, all of the bedrooms provide built-in wardrobes/storage cupboards for added convenience. The master bedroom is large enough for a super king-sized bed, further benefitting from a favourable south-facing aspect and an en-suite shower room with a shower unit. A studio/fifth bedroom occupies the second floor displaying white decor and charcoal coloured carpets. Like the master bedroom, it has a generous floorplan and features useful under-eaves storage and a window seat below a velux window. A first-floor family bathroom with a three piece suite completes the home. Gas central heating and UPVC triple glazed windows throughout ensure year round comfort.
In addition to the front garden, a landscaped rear garden enjoys outstanding privacy and thriving leafy greens for a tranquil and magical ambience, bolstered by colourful flowerbeds and an artificial lawn. It has a sunny, south-facing profile and large timber sun deck for alfresco dining. To the front there is a carport with drying area behind, and a single garage.
A historic fishing village of traditional lime-rendered houses where the River Almond meets the Firth of Forth, Cramond has grown into one of the most desirable residential areas in Edinburgh owing to its quaint coastal ambience, just six miles northwest of the city centre. The nearby promenade stretches all the way to Granton Harbour and extends along the banks of the River Almond - with traditional pubs and bistros to visit along the way. Cramond is served by an excellent selection of local amenities in neighbouring Barnton and Davidsons Mains, with more extensive shopping and leisure facilities provided in nearby Corstorphine and at the Gyle Shopping Centre. The area is well placed for fantastic schools in both the public and private sector: it is within the catchment area for Cramond Primary School and The Royal High School, and some of Edinburgh’s finest independent schools are also within easy reach. Cramond enjoys close proximity to Edinburgh City Bypass, the Forth Road Bridge and Edinburgh Airport. Outstanding public transport links, as well as an extensive network of cycle paths also provide swift and easy access into the city centre.
Home Report £510,000 EPC: D
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