9 Priestfield Crescent, , Edinburgh, EH16 5JH

Offers Over £259,500 2 Bed Semi Bungalow with 1 Public Room

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An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this spacious two bedroom bungalow, making for an ideal home with an opportunity to expand into attic space to provide additional living space or bedroom very well located within the popular Prestonfield area of Edinburgh. Internally this accommodation is in excellent decorative order,... More

An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this spacious two bedroom bungalow, making for an ideal home with an opportunity to expand into attic space to provide additional living space or bedroom very well located within the popular Prestonfield area of Edinburgh. Internally this accommodation is in excellent decorative order, briefly consisting of an entrance hallway with a large storage cupboard, a bright and spacious lounge with a feature fireplace and large double glazed windows which look over the well-maintained garden. The kitchen is partially-tiled, fully fitted and benefits from an integrated gas hob/oven, extractor hood with plenty room for dining. There are also two spacious double bedrooms of which the master bedroom has built-in wardrobes. To finish off the property there is also a fully tiled shower room. This property also benefits from a gas central heating system, full double glazing, rear garden, accessed via the back door in the kitchen and more than adequate on-street and off-street parking to accommodate for residents and visitors alike. The property also has full access to its very own single garage to the side of the property, this is currently being used as a work shop. Viewing of this property is highly recommended.

Energy rating D

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McEwan Fraser Legal

0131 253 2263

130 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4LB

Property reference: 382605

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