Situated within a residential street in a sought-after Corstorphine, this immaculately presented semi-detached house, set within its own gardens, offers family accommodation over two storeys. It boasts access to local amenities including at The Gyle and Corstorphine Village as well as excellent commuter transport links to the City Centre and outwith Edinburgh.
Set back from the street, via a pathway leading through the generous, private front garden, the front door opens to the welcoming reception hall. Natural light and neutral décor set the tone for the accommodation to follow. To the left is the living room, overlooking the front via a bay window, offset by neutral carpets and walls, and offering ample space for comfortable seating round the focal point of a fireplace (with back boiler). The room flows, via a door, into the dining room; set to the rear, this is an ideal space for both everyday meals and formal entertaining. From here, a door gives access to the kitchen which incorporates a range of fitted cupboards incorporating useful storage, an under-stair cupboard, together with space for a cooker and washing machine. Modern fitted units, in soft wood finish with a matching worktop, complement the neutral toned décor. Lit by a window to the side, a half-glazed door provides further light and a handy connection to the garden.
The first-floor landing gives access to the three bedrooms; two doubles and a generous single. With cosy carpets and neutral walls, each promises restful space and privacy. The shared family bathroom, located conveniently adjacent, has a three-piece suite incorporating bath with handheld shower and a WC-suite, with splashbacks and colourful décor. The house benefits from gas central heating and double-glazing, ensuring year-round warmth and comfort.
Outside, a paved driveway, creating an off-street parking area for several cars, leads to the useful garage. A paved path with a gate connects the front and rear garden (with further door via the garage). Both laid to lawn, each is bordered by hedgerow, offsetting areas of gravel and paving, affording easy maintenance and giving rise to spacious outside seating areas.
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