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18/6 Brandon Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 5DZ

4 Bedroomed Flat / Apartment | Offers Over £490,000

This is a charming third (top) floor flat with a converted attic situated in a prime residential area, located close to all amenities. The spacious accommodation, which is...

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Key facts


Bedrooms
4
Reception rooms
1
Bathrooms
2
Parking
EPC Rating
C

  • Lounge
    6.30 x 4.08
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
    5.94 x 3.16
  • Study/Bedroom 4
    5.27 x 3.39
  • Bedroom 3
    4.63 x 3.05
  • Shower Room
    3.20 x 1.48
  • Bedroom 1
    6.68 x 3.21
  • Bedroom 2
    3.97 x 3.93
  • Bathroom
    2.79 x 2.56

Description

This is a charming third (top) floor flat with a converted attic situated in a prime residential area, located close to all amenities. The spacious accommodation, which is presented on to the market retaining some lovely period features including some high skirtings, ornate cornices and attractive panelling around some of the windows, comprises: a well-maintained communal entrance stair with security entryphone system, a bright hall, bay-windowed sittingroom, spacious kitchen/diningroom, generously proportioned double bedroom, study/double bedroom and shower room on the lower floor.  A stylish wooden staircase leads to the upper floor and provides access to two further generously proportioned bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom.  The property further benefits from gas central heating, quality wooden flooring in most rooms and an attractive, well-maintained communal garden to the rear.  The extras offered with the sale include the blinds, light fittings and integral kitchen appliances.

The property is conveniently placed for shopping, with both Tesco and Lidl supermarkets located close by in Broughton Road and a Waitrose Superstore in Comely Bank.  Further smaller specialist shopping is available in Canonmills and Stockbridge and the larger department stores of the City Centre can be accessed either by foot or by a short bus journey.  For sporting and recreational facilities, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are within easy walking distance and there are some lovely walks along the Water of Leith Walkway.  There are frequent public transport services close by giving easy access to most parts of the City.      

In Conclusion

This is a delightful property which offers a wealth of character and charm as well as breath-taking views and flexible accommodation that will have a wide appeal.  An early viewing is therefore highly recommended.