Bed: 1Bath: 1
Flat / Apartment
Offering a wonderful view of Calton Hill, this one-bedroom third-floor flat forms part of a Victorian tenement building dating back to the late 1800s, enviably located within the …
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Home Report Value: £200000
Reception Rooms: 1
Property Type: Flat / Apartment
Asking Price: Fixed Price £200000
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Detailed Description: Offering a wonderful view of Calton Hill, this one-bedroom third-floor flat forms part of a Victorian tenement building dating back to the late 1800s, enviably located within the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. Boasting bright, well-proportioned interiors, a number of period features and sympathetic contemporary upgrades, this appealing flat is just off the Royal Mile, minutes from Princes Street and Waverley Railway Station and would represent a fabulous purchase as a chic pied-a-terre, holiday let investment or city home in a sought-after, central location. Accessed via a secure entrance and shared stairwell, the main door opens into a bright hallway offering an immediate impression of the style and presentation to follow. Light airy décor combines with a traditional high ceiling to create a sense of light and space, whilst pine doors and finishings add character and warmth, and wood-effect flooring flows throughout the flat. The living room is filled with both natural light and an abundance of character from two traditional sash-and-case windows, one accompanied by a charming bespoke window seat and the other yielding wonderful views towards Calton Hill. A ceiling cornice and an illuminated, open Edinburgh press are delightful period features and generous dimensions provide room for both lounge and dining furniture, creating an attractive, convivial space for everyday living, socialising and entertaining alike. Conveniently accessed from here, the bright easterly-facing kitchen is fitted with light wood-styled cabinets which seamlessly blend with the overall style and tone of the flat, and is further equipped with an integrated electric oven and a gas hob with an overhead extractor hood, a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine. Peacefully located to the rear of the property is a sunny, southwest-facing double bedroom, where generous floorspace and neutral décor offer wonderful scope for styling and design. The bedroom also incorporates an illuminated, open Edinburgh Press. A striking shower room stylishly showcases a wall of contemporary opaque-glass vanity storage with a basin inset and a wall-mounted mirror. A recessed shower enclosure also features. Supplementing the shower room and completing the accommodation is a separate two-piece WC cloakroom. Gas central heating ensures year-round comfort and warmth. Controlled residents’ parking (Zone 3) is available in the vicinity. Historic tenement buildingSought-after Old Town locationWell-proportioned third-floor flatCalton Hill viewsSecure shared stairwellBright entrance hallSpacious living/dining roomModern kitchenGenerous, sunny double bedroomStriking contemporary shower roomSeparate two-piece WCControlled on-street parking (Zone 3) Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, integrated kitchen appliances. EPC Rating: COld TownEdinburgh’s historic Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, enjoys an unbeatable location with a 260-acre park, world-class amenities, and the capital’s most treasured historic landmarks all on the doorstep. A haven for students, visitors, and locals alike, the area is brimming with cafés, bars and restaurants serving world-class cuisine, and hosts some of the capital’s best nightclubs and renowned live music venues. Residents are just a few minutes’ walk from sprawling Holyrood Park, which is home to rugged Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags, as well as St Margaret’s Loch and the ruins of St Antony’s Chapel. The Royal Mile, with Edinburgh Castle at its head and the Palace of Holyroodhouse at its foot, is also just a short walk away, as are numerous cultural and heritage attractions, namely The National Museum of Scotland, Surgeons’ Hall Museums and The Queen’s Gallery. In the summer months the Old Town is transformed into the epicentre of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and welcomes thousands of performers and spectators from around the globe. The area is served by an excellent range of local services and amenities and is just a short walk from more extensive retail outlets on Princes Street and George Street. Although the Old Town is ideal for navigating the city on foot or by bike, there is also no shortage of public buses, as well as national rail services from Waverley station and tram links from Princes Street.
Updated on April 14, 2021 at 4:36 am
15 3F3 Saint Mary’s Street
15 3F3 Saint Mary’s Street