Alternative floorplan added showcasing the great opportunty to increase to 2 bedrooms.
Enviably located by Easter Road in sought-after Leith, this traditional first-floor flat is a bright and versatile residence, which is brought to market in walk-in condition. The one-bedroom (plus box room) home is decorated in crisp white throughout, providing spacious accommodation with high ceilings. With its prime location near thriving amenities and fantastic transport links, it is sure to be in high demand, especially amongst city professionals, first-time buyers, couples, and young families.
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• Spacious first-floor flat
• Presented in walk-in condition
• Part of a traditional tenement
• Situated in sought-after Leith
• Near amenities and transport links
• Entrance hall with storage
• Southwest-facing living room
• Large breakfasting kitchen
• One double bedroom
• Box room (with significant storage above)
• 3pc bathroom with overhead shower
• Well-kept communal garden
• Unrestricted on-street parking on Drum Terrace with zoned permit parking in surrounding streets
• Gas central heating and double glazing
Accessed via a secure shared entrance and stairwell, the flat’s front door opens into a central hall leading to all accommodation. It provides built-in storage and flows into the living room on the left. This reception area continues the hall’s crisp white walls and varnished wooden floorboards, creating a minimalist-inspired aesthetic that is suave and easy to style. It accommodates comfortable lounge furniture and a workstation, and it sees an abundance of natural light from southwest-facing windows. For added decoration, it also enjoys period cornice work and a handsome feature fireplace.
In the large kitchen, there is an excellent range of timber-toned cabinets providing ample storage, in addition to generous worksurfaces that also accommodate a neat breakfast bar. It has a built-in cupboard housing the boiler and it comes with a gas cooker, a fridge/ freezer, and a washing machine.
Meanwhile, the double bedroom echoes the aesthetic of the living area, creating a bright and airy ambience. It is well-proportioned and can accommodate a choice of bedside furnishings. There is also a versatile box room (with significant storage above), which can be used creatively to suit the owner’s needs, such as a music room, an office, or a nursery. The bathroom is next door to the bedroom, fitted with a toilet, a storage-set washbasin, a towel radiator, and a bath with an overhead shower.
Gas central heating and double glazing ensure a warm, yet cost-effective living environment all year round. Externally, there is a well-kept garden for communal use, which is laid to lawn. Unrestricted on-street parking on Drum Terrace with zoned permit parking in surrounding streets.
Extras: all fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings, a gas cooker, a fridge/freezer, and a washing machine to be included in the sale. Additional furnishings are available by separate negotiation.
Leith, Edinburgh –
Located just two miles northeast of the city centre, the historic and vibrant district of Leith is characterised by an eclectic mix of bars, cafés, and eateries. The area also benefits from a wealth of retail outlets, including Ocean Terminal shopping centre, which hosts a wide range of high street stores, as well as family restaurants, a 24-hour gym and a multiplex cinema. Leith’s rich cultural scene is further enhanced by annual festivals, live music venues, galleries, and artists’ studios.
The district also encompasses the Shore: a fashionable waterfront with an array of pubs and restaurants, including awardwinning restaurants. Amidst the bustle of Leith are various tranquil green spaces, such as Leith Links and Claremont Park, while Leith Victoria Swim Centre provides indoor sport and leisure facilities including a pool, fitness studios and a gym. Edinburgh city centre is easily accessible by bus, day and night, and there is also a direct bus link to Edinburgh International Airport.
Furthermore, there is a new tramline through Leith, providing another swift connection to the city centre all the way to the airport. The school catchment area covers early years, primary, and secondary education.