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This bright and well proportioned three bedroom first floor apartment forms part of an established modern development in the extremely popular Trinity area of Edinburgh. The property has the valuable added benefit of a single garage with power and light.
The flat is approached via a communal stairwell with a secure entry phone system. Welcoming hallway with two storage cupboards. Extremely spacious lounge/dining room with bay window. The kitchen has a selection of floor and wall mounted units, four ring gas cooker with oven/grill and dishwasher. Cupboard housing gas combi boiler. Plumbed for washing machine and space for fridge/freezer.
The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes with sliding mirror doors and en suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms. Bathroom has a three piece suite comprising bath with tap operated shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
To the outside there are well maintained shared grounds and residents parking spaces. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
EPC Band - B
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A few things about this property:
- Three Bedrooms
- Living/Dining Room
- Two Bathrooms
The finer detail:
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- Single Garage
- EPC Band B
What we love about our house
We love living so close and easily accessible to the city and the sea, and yet in a quiet, residential area with local character. The sitting room is a lovely light living space and having our own secure garage makes such a difference.
Edinburgh has been widely recognised as the UK’s best city to live in. It has one of the UK’s lowest crime rates, low petrol and energy prices and affordable living verses average salaries.
With awe inspiring architecture and beautiful natural landscape, it’s the perfect city in which to find somewhere to call home.
It has one of the best universities in the world and in terms of atmosphere and desirability it beats off competition from all of the UK’s major cities. For culture seekers, there are many art institutions, historical attractions and museums, including Palace of Holyrood House, Her Majesty the Queen’s official Scottish residence, the imposing edifice of Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish National Gallery, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the Museum on the Mound, the National War Museum and the Museum of Edinburgh. Other attractions include the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh Zoo, the Royal Botanic Garden, and the many theatres and concert venues. It’s also famous for the annual Fringe Festival, Film Festival, Jazz & Blues Festival, International Festival and Hogmanay celebrations.
Edinburgh city centre has incredible shops and world-renowned restaurants including several with Michelin stars.
Golf enthusiasts will be within easy reach of over 50 courses in the south east of Scotland, and if you love escaping to the country, getting some sea air or taking a leisurely ramble you can escape to the nearby Lothians.