Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this fantastic flat located in bustling Tollcross and enjoying period features, attractive neutral interiors and access to a shared drying area, this one-bedroom first-floor tenement flat represents a charming city home with a prime central address
• Desirable city centre location
• First-floor tenement flat
• Inviting hall with storage
• Congenial living/dining room
• Modern fitted kitchen
• Generous double bedroom
• Bright three-piece bathroom
• Shared drying area
• Controlled parking (Zone 4)
• GCH & DG
This classic one-bedroom first-floor tenement flat, with lofty proportions and characterful features, lies in the central district of Tollcross: a vibrant locale, home to fantastic shopping, cultural and leisure amenities.
Reached via a secure communal stairwell, the front door opens into a hall housing useful storage. This welcoming entrance is neutrally finished and retains its stripped pine flooring, a look that continues throughout the home.
Allowing space for both comfortable seating and dining furniture, and lit by a large twin window, the adjoining living/dining room boasts an enchanting cast-iron decorative fireplace, and a recess with a display shelf and hidden storage, as well as a further store cupboard. The room flows into the kitchen: a practical and sociable layout for everyday living and entertaining.
In the kitchen, contemporary fitted cabinets and workspace are accompanied by an integrated oven and an integrated gas hob with a stainless-steel splashback and a chimney-style hood. The array of under-counter appliances, all in stylish silver, comprises a washing machine, a fridge and a freezer.
Also located in the flat is a generous double bedroom offering plentiful space for furniture and supplemented by period cornicing and a cast-iron fireplace. Finally, the bright bathroom comes complete with a toilet, a glass-bowl basin and a bathtub with an overhead shower. Gas central heating and double-glazing throughout ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round.
Externally, the tenement offers its residents shared access to a rear drying area, as well as controlled on-street parking (Zone 4).
Extras: All fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings, fridge, freezer and washing machine are included in the sale.
Renowned as Edinburgh’s cultural and international hub, located at the old crossroads where the city tolls were once paid, the area of Tollcross boasts a vibrant atmosphere. Its fantastic situation means residents are never more than a few minutes’ walk from city attractions: Princes and George Street for shopping; Lothian Road for live music, film and theatre; or exploring the narrow closes and winding streets of the historic Old Town. The immediate area offers a wealth of independent shops, coffee houses and delis, and is known for some of Edinburgh’s most diverse restaurants offering international cuisine. There’s also a buzzing social scene, with no shortage of venues for every taste: from traditional pubs and ale rooms to trendy clubs and cocktail bars.
Situated at heart of the capital, Tollcross also provides easy access to some of Edinburgh’s most beloved public green spaces, including The Meadows. Popular with city professionals, Tollcross lies between Haymarket and Waverly stations, and the new tramline passes through the West End along Shandwick Place, allowing quick and easy travel in the city, all the way to Edinburgh International Airport. The area benefits from outstanding schooling in both the state and private sector and is within the catchment area for Tollcross Primary School and James Gillespie’s High School
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