Characterised by classically-proportioned interiors, retained period features, contemporary upgrades, and sophisticated styling, 90/2 Hawthornvale shares a delightful walled garden, enjoys access to unrestricted parking, and is well placed for superb transport links into the city centre and further afield.
Accessed via a secure communal entrance and a stairwell, the flat’s front door opens into a high-ceilinged entrance hall (affording access to a handy box room), characterised by soft-toned décor and a varnished timber floor, and featuring a charming traditional clothes pulley. Leading off the hall and flooded with light from south-facing panelled windows, a comfortably-styled reception room showcases delightful period features, all beautifully highlighted by a sympathetic, understated backdrop and a richly-toned wood floor. The classical dimensions are heightened by a lofty ceiling, framed by elaborate cornicing and an ornamental ceiling rose, whilst a recessed log-burning stove is flanked by a traditional Edinburgh Press. A bright, modern kitchen is arranged with a designated space for a table and chairs, and fitted with a range of crisp-white cabinetry, paired with granite-inspired worktops and chic, grey metro-tiled splashbacks. The kitchen is replete with appliances and plumbing for a washing machine is discreetly provided in a walk-in utility cupboard in the master bedroom.
The home’s two double bedrooms display generous proportions. The master bedroom is comfortably carpeted, enjoys tranquil garden views, and is accompanied by built-in storage and its own en-suite shower room. Finally, a spacious, contemporary bathroom is styled with a striking feature wall and on-trend tiling, and fitted with a bath with a shower attachment, a WC, and a pedestal sink. Gas central heating and double glazing are found throughout the home.
Externally, residents enjoy access to a shared walled garden where a neat expanse of lawn is bordered by colourful, mature planting. Parking in the vicinity is conveniently unrestricted.
Situated approximately three miles north of the city centre, Newhaven, a former fishing village, has undergone significant regeneration in recent years and is now one of the most sought-after postcodes in the capital. Newhaven is served by an excellent range of local services and amenities including a 24-hour ASDA and Ocean Terminal in neighbouring Leith. The property is within catchment of Victoria Primary School and Trinity Academy and, thanks to its northerly position, enjoys fast and convenient access to the Forth Road Bridge, Edinburgh City Bypass, as well as Edinburgh Airport and the M8/M9 motorway network. The area is also served by excellent public transport and an extensive cycle path network, providing fantastic links into the city centre and beyond.
Home Report £270,000 EPC: C