90/1 Hawthornvale occupies an appealing south-facing corner position within a traditional tenement. Internally the flat’s interiors are awash with natural light, along with tasteful muted decor. Exquisite authentic features, a communal garden and access to unrestricted on-street parking complete this enticing...
90/1 Hawthornvale occupies an appealing south-facing corner position within a traditional tenement. Internally the flat’s interiors are awash with natural light, along with tasteful muted decor. Exquisite authentic features, a communal garden and access to unrestricted on-street parking complete this enticing proposition.
Approached off a secure communal stairwell, the front door of this first floor flat opens into an inviting hall (with storage). Richly varnished timber flooring leads through to the impressive living room which boasts built-in storage and a dual-aspect including a south-facing corner bay window. This magnificent space is beautifully presented with soft sage green decor framed by ornate cornicing and a ceiling rose. A detailed fire surround, with a marble insert, and a traditional Edinburgh press bring further character to the room. Across the hall, an expansive kitchen offers space for a table and chairs, as well as comfortable seating, if desired. Fitted to two sides of the room, the kitchen features navy blue cabinetry paired with brass fittings, a marble effect worktop and a range of integrated appliances. Both attractively decorated and retaining their classic cornicing detail, the flat’s two spacious double bedrooms are further heightened by fitted carpeting for maximum comfort. One room also benefits from all day sun and handy cupboard storage. Finally, offset by neutral tiling and charming tongue-and-groove panelling, is the bathroom. The property benefits from an gas central heating system.
Located on the fringe of the Firth of Forth estuary, the popular Newhaven district is situated north-east of Edinburgh’s City Centre and is also very close to the vibrant Shore area where there is no shortage of eateries and trendy bars. Milk cafe at The Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop is within striking distance and is a great place to relax, catch up with friends or grab a cup of coffee. Outdoor pursuits include Victoria Park, the Water of Leith walkway, and network of cycle paths. Within easy walking distance of the property is a 24-hour ASDA store, a David Lloyd Fitness Centre and Newhaven Harbour and the Ocean Terminal. Schooling within the area is well catered for from primary to secondary level. Regular bus services are available to and from the City Centre and surrounding areas and the A1 is nearby, giving you easy access to the City Bypass.
Home Report: £275,000 EPC: D
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