This double upper flat forms part of a B-listed building within the Dalry Colonies conservation area in Haymarket and boasts contemporary interior design paired with original features, three versatile bedrooms, and generous living areas, plus a private garden.
Set over the first and second floors of a B-listed building in the Dalry Colonies conservation area in Haymarket, this well-presented three-bedroom double upper flat is sure to hold strong appeal to city professionals, couples, young families, and rental investors alike, with outstanding amenities and transport links virtually on the doorstep.
A set of external stairs (shared with the property next door) lead to the flat’s front door, which opens into an entrance vestibule, flowing through to a hall, where the stylish interiors are immediately apparent with teal décor and rich wood flooring. On your right, you step into a living room, where classic proportions allow for various configurations of lounge furniture and an east-facing window (with working shutters) captures the morning sun. The room enjoys understated décor enhanced by a bold feature wall, resilient pine flooring, and cornicing, and an almost full-height fitted bookcase and an Edinburgh Press offer fantastic storage for books and display items. Next door, a kitchen adds a contemporary element to the traditional city home and offers plenty of space for a large seated dining area. Gloss-white cabinets are accompanied by rustic wood worktops, a double Butler sink, and chic splashback tiling, as well as integrated appliances comprising an oven, a gas hob, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and a washing machine. One of the flat’s three bedrooms is also located on this floor: a cosy double or spacious single (with a fitted bed) which could alternatively be used as a home office.
On the second floor, a landing leads to the two remaining bedrooms and a bathroom. The larger of the two bedrooms is particularly spacious and features a charming dormer window, a traditional fireplace, and fitted wardrobes, whilst the remaining sleeping area is also fronted by a dormer. Finally, the sky-lit bathroom comprises a bathtub with an overhead shower and a glazed screen, a basin set into storage, and a WC. The flat is kept warm by a gas central heating system and benefits from double-glazed windows throughout, except for the front dormer original side windows
Externally, the home is accompanied by a landscaped private front garden, with a wealth of mature shrubbery and planting, a handy external store with green roof, and under stairs storage.. Controlled parking on the surrounding streets falls under Zone S4.
Extras: All fitted window coverings, light fittings except the kitchen, integrated appliances, fitted wardrobes in bedroom 1, fitted bed in bedroom 3 to be included in the sale, and ‘Pure’ frameless greenhouse. Not included: woodburning stove and mantle mirror.
Haymarket enjoys a prime location to the west of Edinburgh city centre and is within easy walking distance of local services and amenities, cultural and heritage attractions, and the capital’s business and financial quarter. Residents have a fantastic range of independent stores, high-street retailers, and express supermarkets right on their doorstep, as well as a choice of trendy bars, traditional pubs, cafés, restaurants, and takeaways.
Haymarket is also home to many arts venues and is just a short walk from the Usher Hall, Traverse Theatre, Royal Lyceum, and the Filmhouse on Lothian Road. Nearby Fountain Park provides a wealth of sport and leisure facilities to suit all ages and preferences, with a cinema complex, a health club and gym, various food and drink outlets, and further attractions for adults and children. Owing to the arrival of the trams, Haymarket has undergone extensive regeneration in recent years, which remains on-going and will include the construction of new residential and commercial premises, including a luxury hotel. After Waverley station, Haymarket is the capital’s second-largest train station and represents a major transportation hub. From here the extensive bus and tram network offers quick and easy travel across the city and to Edinburgh International Airport. The station also operates rail services across Scotland and to London King’s Cross.
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