This traditional four bedroom sandstone villa lends itself to being an ideal family home.
Within a comfortable commuting distance of Edinburgh city centre, the house is well presented and the accommodation, on two floors, comprises:
•Vestibule retaining its original tiled floor and double timber storm doors
•Naturally lit bright spacious hall with panelled doors, cornicing and under stair storage
•West facing sitting room with bay window, Edinburgh press, fire place and fine cornice. Views towards St
Nicholas Church which the house was previously Manse to
•The living room offers the luxury of choice as it could also be used as a play room, a study, or an
•additional bedroom (as it currently is)
•Twin windowed west facing dining room with press and both picture rail and cornice
•The kitchen, eminently suited to the house with immense appeal, is fitted with wall and base storage units, a breakfast bar, all with wood work surfaces, tiled splash backs, a double Belfast sink, under the picture window, a gas fired Aga cooker and integrated appliances
•To the rear of the ground floor, there are a utility room and separate wc as well; as access to the rear garden
•Wrought Iron restored balustrade and stained glass surrounded window
•The comfortable master bedroom faces west and the coombed ceiling and still retains original cornice
•There are a further two double bedrooms and a single bedroom
•The naturally lit bathroom has a modern roll top bath, Walk in shower, twin sinks and wc
With the exception of the stained glass stair window, the house is double glazed throughout and has gas central heating. It has both front and rear gardens. The rear garden is currently utilised for parking and is accessed via a long tarmac drive. The front garden has a low dressed stone wall and fine gate piers. The property further benefits from a new combi boiler and re slated roof, new gutters and leadworks.