- Updated On:
- 26 February 2024
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Driveway Garages
Characterised by magnificent period proportions, outstanding natural light and a wealth of original features, this four bedroom stone built villa represents a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful Victorian home in a highly sought after location. Set on an attractive residential street in sought-after Trinity, the villa sits behind a small front garden and driveway and instantly endears with its handsome sandstone façade and grand bay windows.
The main entrance has double doors opening into a traditional entrance vestibule and a half glazed vestibule door, which leads into an impressive entrance hall, with its high ceilings, cornicing, arches and beautiful woodwork, makes a grand first impression. Positioned at the front of the property, a grand front reception room (currently being used as a dining room), is the epitome of period elegance, with a magnificent corniced ceiling, west facing bay window and splendid fireplace; equipped with a living-flame gas fire. To the rear, is the family sitting room, overlooking the easy maintenance walled rear garden and conveniently placed next to the kitchen with direct access. The kitchen, also has secondary access from the hall, through a handy cloakroom. Fitted with a contemporary high gloss kitchen, it is a generous space for cooking and relaxed entertaining, where a freestanding dual-fuel range cooker, takes centre stage. A further door, gives access to a functional utility room and a stylish shower room, plus a back door to the private walled rear garden. Returning to the hall, stairs lead up to a bright and airy 1st floor landing, where there are three excellent double bedrooms, with the master featuring outstanding proportions, a magnificent bay window and a feature fireplace. A WC (currently being used as a storage area) completes this floor. Upstairs to the top (second floor), is a further double bedroom and a contemporary four piece bathroom, finished in sleek grey ceramic tiling, and comprises a shower over-bath, a vanity basin cabinet, a bidet and a WC. The original sash and case windows mostly benefit from working shutters. Gas central heating is fitted throughout.
Epc – D and Council Tax – G
The leafy residential area of Trinity, lies north of the city centre and is a highly sought after location. With an expanse of open parklands, including Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The flat lies close to Granton Square and Harbour on the banks of the Firth of Forth. Local amenities can be found on nearby Ferry Road, with a Morrisons store and larger retail shopping can be found at the Craigleith Retail Park or the Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre. The vibrant Shore area of Leith is within easy reach, well known for it’s bars and cafes, as well as Michellin Star restaurants. Good regular bus routes service the area, taking you to the city centre and the vast Cycle route network runs through the area.