- Updated On:
- September 25, 2023
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Closing date set for Friday 21st April at 11am. Enjoying a prime position in the cosmopolitan ‘Shore’ district, is a rare opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom family home, with private outdoor door space and off-street parking. Lying in a quiet cul-de-sac estate, this end of terrace town house, has the opportunity to upgrade to suit the dynamics of modern family life, with exceptionally spacious and flexible accommodation over three levels and only a stone’s throw from the Scottish Office and Michelin star restaurants found at the ‘Shore’ area.
itting behind a monoblock driveway, the front door opens into a generous hallway, where chic grey walls, clean lines and rich wood effect flooring create a stylish yet homely ambience. Directly ahead the spacious lounge enjoys a sunny, southerly aspect and would lend itself to various configurations, with a door opening directly onto the rear patio garden. Along with the lounge is a fabulous dining kitchen, which easily accommodates a family kitchen and a convivial dining area. Shaker-style units provide ideal storage, along with a fully integrated fridge/freezer, gas hob and electric oven. Supplementing the kitchen is a large pantry cupboard. The ground floor also has a WC tucked away in the generous hallway. Upstairs the first floor boasts two excellent double bedrooms and the pristine three-piece bathroom. The second floor accommodates a further well-proportioned double bedroom, plus a generous walk-in cupboard – great potential for a luxury master bedroom suite. The property benefits from fantastic storage throughout, plus gas central heating and double glazing, provide a comfortable home all year round.
Citadel Place is situated in the vibrant Shore area of Leith, in the historic port of Leith. A wealth of bars, cafes and Michelin starred restaurants, line the Water of Leith. Nearby is the Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, offering high street shopping and includes a Pure Gym, Vue Cinema and moored alongside is the famous Royal Yaght Brittania and the head quarters of the Scottish Office. The wide open park of Leith Links, is nearby and a great social hub with local football clubs, children’s playground, tennis courts and bowling greens. The old Victoria Baths are close by, now a leisure centre, with swimming pool and fitness centre. The Water of Leith cycle path network is easily accessible with pedestrian/cycle routes, safely connecting you to Edinburgh and outlying areas. An excellent number of regular bus routes, service the area, (the No.35, passes by the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood). plus the newly extended tram system, will take you efficiently to the city centre and onwards to the Gyle and Edinburgh International Airport.