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Property type: Town House
No of bedrooms: 3
No of public rooms: 2
No of bathrooms: 3

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Upper Cramond Court , Cramond, Edinburgh, EH4 6RQ

Offers over £299,000

Quietly situated within an extremely popular and highly desirable residential area in the Cramond/Barnton area of Edinburgh. This well proportioned three bedroom terraced townhouse is an excellent family home formed over three floors. Offering flexible accommodation the house also benefits from a valuable driveway and garage and is set within well maintained shared landscaped grounds.

Entered by front door leading to entrance vestibule with door to garage and the welcoming hallway with under stair storage and WC with wash hand basin. The dining kitchen with sliding patio doors giving direct access to the private rear garden. The kitchen area has a selection of floor and wall mounted units and appliances include a four ring electric hob, oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher. Carpeted stair rising to the first floor with living room overlooking the shared gardens. Master bedroom with balcony and fitted wardrobes and a shower room with wash hand basin and WC completing this floor. The second floor has two further double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom.

The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating and a spacious floored attic providing extra useable space and excellent storage.

EPC Band - C


Why our client has loved living here:

We bought this house because of its proximity to the airport and Forth bridges: about ten minutes on a good day, and also because with common grounds we had no gardening to do. We can walk to the doctor’s surgery, and get the 41 bus into town from outside our door.\nThe floored attic with power and light allows for huge storage and is an area for youngsters to play and study. There is a riverside walk along the Almond; Braehead park is close (for young children), as is the promenade along the Forth at the foot of Cramond village.