Under Offer – Part of a traditional tenement in sought-after Trinity, this traditional ground-floor flat offers flexible layout with the accommodation as a large One Bedroom + Box Room or as a Two Bedroom with Open Plan Lounge/ Diner/ Kitchen. With a desirable setting just a short drive from the city centre, and within easy reach of excellent amenities, regular transport links, and the charming Newhaven Harbour and waterfront the southeast-facing property enjoys well-presented interiors and spacious accommodation with private front garden and access to communal rear gardens and the gardens on the crescent. Currently, the property layout is set up as a bay-windowed living room, a large kitchen and dining area, one bedroom, box room and a three-piece bathroom, creating an excellent purchase suitable for professionals, couples, young or small families, downsizers and property investors.
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Inside the flat, reached via a shared entrance, you are greeted by a central hall, defined by crisp white décor and varnished wooden floorboards (found throughout much of the home). It offers built-in storage and leads to the right into the living room. This reception area captures the eye with a southeast-facing bay window, and additional period details, such as ornate cornice work, a picture rail, and a stunning feature fireplace. It enjoys an airy ambience and is further enhanced by bright decoration. A glass-fronted display cupboard completes the room.
To the rear of the flat, the dining kitchen provides a sociable setting for relaxed meals together, with a nook offering plenty of room for a table and chairs. It is well-appointed with cabinets and workspace, and has further built-in storage. Plus, it comes with an integrated oven and gas hob, a freestanding American-style fridge/freezer, and an undercounter washing machine. If desired, this space could be utilised as an open-plan reception area, allowing the living room to be used as a second double bedroom.
Meanwhile, the home’s principal bedroom is a well-proportioned double with a feature fireplace. There is also a box room that is fitted with a handy cabin bed for use as a second sleeping area for a child or occasional guests.
Finishing the home is a white bathroom, fitted with a modern three-piece suite, and a handheld and an overhead shower.
Gas central heating ensures year-round comfort, alongside traditional sash windows for lots of natural light.
Externally, there is a private garden to the front, with access to the large communal rear garden that is laid to lawn and well-maintained, enjoying established shrubbery and mature trees. Residents also enjoy access to the communal garden at the crescent.
Parking in the area is on street and conveniently unrestricted.
Extras: Included in the sale are all the fitted floor coverings, window blinds, light fittings, integrated appliances, a fridge/freezer, and a washing machine.
Home Report Value £240,000
Situated to the north of the city, the leafy and exclusive suburb of Trinity is a highly desirable residential area, characterised by a combination of period, traditional and modern architecture. Situated less than three miles from the centre of Edinburgh next to the Firth of Forth, the immediate area offers a broad selection of local amenities. These are supplemented by extensive shopping facilities at nearby Craigleith Retail Park, which hosts a range of high street retailers and supermarkets.
Ocean Terminal in Leith also caters for shoppers, as well as cinema-goers and gym-goers. Additional amenities can be found in Trinity’s neighbouring districts, which include the historic Newhaven harbour and the fashionable Shore, complete with Michelin star establishments and stylish bars. Trinity, with its extensive network of cycle paths and walkways, is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors. Delightful green areas include the leafy Victoria Park with the Royal Botanic Gardens nearby.
Meanwhile, the Firth of Forth waterfront and Water of Leith Walkway cater for those who prefer a river and shore backdrop. Education is offered at well-regarded state schools, while the capital’s independent schools are within easy reach. Regular bus services allow quick travel throughout the city, with the Airlink offering swift access to the airport. The Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh City Bypass and M8/M9 motorway network are easily accessible for those going further afield.