- Updated On:
- March 23, 2023
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Characterized by outstanding proportions and a wealth of flexible accommodation, this traditional third floor tenement flat represents an exciting opportunity to acquire a period home with fabulous views. The flat has retained a selection of charming original features, including ornate cornice work and original floorboards. Accessed via a secure entry-phone system and a well-maintained communal stair, welcoming you into the top floor flat is an impressive entrance hall, whose high ceilings, exposed floorboards and classic panel doors instantly set the tone for the accommodation to follow. The vast sitting room boasts a magnificent bay window framed by traditional painted paneling, which offers views over the Firth of Forth to Fife, and has a feature fireplace. The dining kitchen to the rear boasts glorious views of Arthurs Seat and Salisbury Crags with the Pentland hills in the distance and has fitted cabinets, offering generous storage and workspace, with space for a central dining table next to another feature fireplace. Both double bedrooms to the front and rear enjoy excellent proportions and superb natural light, and concealed behind a reeded glass door is the bright and airy three-piece bathroom. The versatile box bedroom (an ideal home office or study) benefits from a fitted platform bed and natural light courtesy of an internal window into the dining kitchen, and is supplemented with a useful hall cupboard. We have been advised by the owner that there is potential to extend into the attic – deemed a “permitted development” by Edinburgh City Council.
Abbeyhill boasts the popular Abbeyhill colonies and is a central city location, within walking distance of the city centre and Holyrood park, which boasts: the Palace of Holyrood, the Scottish parliament and 260 acres of green space surrounding Arthurs Seat. The immediate vicinity boasts an excellent choice of shops, services, primary school and regular bus services. The Meadowbank retail Park is nearby, along with the nearby amenities of Leith Walk, the St James Centre, the Omni centre and the Playhouse Theatre. The main A1 route runs through Abbeyhill, linking it to Portobello and beyond to East Lothian, offering excellent regular bus services and fast, easy access by car