|The Accommodation comprises:
Hall, lounge with sofa bed, kitchen/dining room, 2 well-proportioned double bedrooms and bathroom. Shared rear garden
A delightful, sunny room with two astragal-glazed windows to the front, having working shutters. Open west-facing views towards the Water of Leith and Dean Terrace. Timber mantelpiece over a stone hearth. Sofa Bed, Traditional shelved Edinburgh 'press'. Timber dado rail. Plain cornice. Sanded and polished floorboards. TV, DVD Player. Double doors connecting to the kitchen/dining room.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: Lovely kitchen/dining room with west-facing astragal-glazed window with open outlook. Fitted with a range of wall and floor-mounted units, providing storage and workspace. Stainless steel sink with drainer. Tiled splashbacks. Fridge and built-in Siemens electric oven with gas hob. Small dining area. Sanded and polished floorboards. There are ample kitchen utensils and quality pots and pans, you will find everything you need for cooking.
BEDROOM 1 Twin bedroom with astragal-glazed window to the side. Fitted cupboard with double hanging rails. Plain cornice.
Second double bedroom with quality king sized maple bed and comfortable matress. Lovely Georgian bow fronted drawers.This room has a astragal-glazed window to the side. Deep fitted cupboard providing generous hanging and shelf space. Plain cornice.
Larger than average bathroom. Deep-set astragal-glazed window, with useful deep storage cupboard below. White three-piece suite comprising bath, pedestal wash-hand basin and W.C.
About the location.
The property is centrally located in the ever popular Stockbridge area, in the heart of Edinburgh's historic Georgian New Town and enjoys all the benefits of city centre living. Princes Street is within easy walking distance and the area offers an enviable array of shops, restaurants, bars, delicatessens and major supermarkets. There are a variety of frequent bus services available on the doorstep and Waverley Railway Station within walking distance. By car, there are good road connections to the main arterial routes out of Edinburgh. There are a wide variety of leisure and cultural facilities in the area. The Royal Botanic Gardens, the Gallery of Modern Art, Glenogle Swim Centre, the Water of Leith Walkway and several private gyms are all within walking distance.
Stockbridge is a picturesque area of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is located towards the north of the city, bordering on the New Town. Stockbridge was originally a small village but was incorporated into the City of Edinburgh as it expanded. The actual "Stock bridge" was built in 1801 and spans the Water of Leith. The main thoroughfare is Raeburn Place which contains many good pubs and restaurants. Raeburn Place is the location of the Edinburgh Academy playing ground which was the site of the first ever international rugby match. Stockbridge is also noted for its numerous speciality shops including a cheese shop and chocolate shop as well as multiple charity shops. In the 1960s one Stockbridge street, St. Stephen Street, was the hub of the bohemian hippy district of the city. It is now largely home to hip and trendy young professionals and is a highly sought after area of town with corresponding house prices.