- Updated On:
- March 27, 2023
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Closing Date Set for Thursday 23rd at 1pm – Characterful traditional tenement flat, ideally situated in a central city location, with stunning panoramic views of Arthurs Seat and Calton Hill. The accommodation offers one bedroom set on the third(top) floor.
The flat is full of traditional charm, along with contemporary styling and access to a well-kept communal garden. The flat opens into an airy hall with a practical storage cupboard. From here stripped pine flooring flows through the accommodation. On the right, you step into the open-plan lounge and kitchen, with a magnificent exposed-stone wall. Light floods in from a large south-facing twin recessed window(with a charming window seat to enjoy those spectacular views, plus hidden storage), this congenial space allows for various lounge and dining furniture layouts and a well-appointed kitchen is tucked away in a large recess to the rear. Here a combination of fitted base units and open wall shelving create a traditional-style kitchen. Next door, also enjoying the sunny aspect and views is the flat’s generous double bedroom, presented in stylish decor and allowing scope for various furniture items. Finally, a contemporary bathroom comprises a bathtub with an overhead shower, wall mounted basin and a WC. Electric heating and double glazing ensure comfort all year round. Externally, the flat enjoys shared access to a leafy, well-kept garden.
Albert Street is ideally located just half way down, bustling Leith Walk. A popular, central location, perfect for commuters to the city centre or down to the Scottish Office and the vibrant Shore area, especially with the extended tram network opening soon on Leith Walk. Various local amenities can be found on Leith Walk, with an abundance of independent retailers and there are a choice of eclectic bars, cafes and restaurants to chose from. A 15 minute walk to the city centre offers high end retail shopping and access to the excellent array of bars and fine dining restaurants. An abundance of culture is all with-in easy reach, including Edinburgh’s historic Architecture, it’s theatres, museums and access to the Edinburgh International Festival. Leith Walk has a number of excellent, regular bus services to all areas of Edinburgh, including No.22 taking you to the Gyle Business Park and Shopping Centre. A short walk away are Edinburgh Waverley Station and a tram terminus offering access to Edinburgh International Airport.