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Part of a modern development, this well-presented, two-bedroom, second-floor flat offers a prime location in Meadowbank, flanked between the shopping centre and Lochend Loch, near superb amenities and public transport links. The property has neutral interiors throughout, and benefits from a large living room, a dual-aspect dining kitchen, and private residents’ parking. It represents an ideal home in a desirable setting for city professionals, couples, first-time buyers, and young families alike.
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Reached via a secure shared entrance and stairwell, the flat’s front door opens into a welcoming hall with two convenient cupboards. It sets the home’s theme of decoration, with a neutral palette and soft carpeting, and turns right into the living room. Here, well-proportioned dimensions provide a spacious footprint for a good choice of comfy lounge furniture. The room is brightly illuminated, and enjoys a relaxed ambience for everyday use.
Next door, the dining kitchen is appointed in monochrome tones, with white base and wall cabinets and contrasting worktops. It features dual-aspect windows, and ample floorspace for a table and chairs for sociable dining. Plus, it comes with an integrated oven, gas hob, and fridge/freezer, and an undercounter washing machine.
On the opposite side of the hall, the two double bedrooms both continue the light neutral décor and snug carpeting found predominantly throughout. Both rooms are bright and airy, with spacious proportions supplemented by built-in mirrored wardrobes. Finishing the home is a three-piece bathroom. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure comfort and efficiency.
Externally, the development provides communal garden greens and private residents’ parking.
Situated to the east of the city centre and directly north of majestic Holyrood Park, the thriving suburb of Meadowbank is cherished for its leafy streets, vibrant social scene and excellent local amenities. Meadowbank Shopping Park is home to a selection of retail outlets and a large Sainsbury’s supermarket, while nearby Easter Road is lined with an array of local shops and businesses, plus a vibrant blend of cafes, pubs, and restaurants.
Residents of Meadowbank have a whole host of sport and fitness activities right on their doorstep, and the re-opening of Meadowbank Sports Centre will offer state-of-the-art facilities including athletics tracks, sports halls, a gym, and fitness studios. For those who prefer to exercise in the great outdoors, the vast open space of scenic Holyrood Park is perfect for relaxed strolls or cycles, and an invigorating hike up Arthur’s Seat promises breath-taking views of Edinburgh’s iconic cityscape.
Meadowbank is within the catchment area for early years and primary schooling and is popular with city workers, with swift links into the centre via London Road by car, bus, or bike, as well as convenient access to the A1 and Edinburgh City Bypass.