This is a spacious two-bedroom second floor Georgian apartment in a terrace block; set on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, north of Edinburgh’s city centre. This beautifully presented period apartment has open views across the Firth of Forth and retains many of its original features. The accommodation comprises: Hallway with one storage cupboard off. Front facing sitting room with bay window, feature fireplace, cornice and ceiling rose; and Edinburgh press. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units, splashback tiling, some integrated appliances and has ample space for dining. There are two double bedrooms with ample space for freestanding furniture. The study/bedroom 3 is located off the hallway and has a mezzanine bed. The bright family bathroom has a white three-piece suite with shower over the bath which completes the accommodation.
The property has the benefit of gas central heating, access to a communal rear garden and on street parking. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the space and quality of the accommodation on offer.
Situated on the outer periphery of Trinity it is close to Leith’s fashionable waterfront area with its intriguing mix of restaurants, bistros and bars. The Ocean Terminal Shopping Mall, designed by Sir Terence Conran, is about 1 mile distant and provides a wide selection of High Street retailers, as well as fashionable eateries and a multiplex cinema and gym. A David Lloyd Leisure Club and an Alien Rock Climbing Centre are local recreation and exercise resources. There are also access points to the city’s cycle path network and the Water of Leith walkway, within the locality. The city centre is approximately 3 miles away and is served by frequent public transport services. Ferry Road offers the area a genuine advantage in terms of access to Edinburgh International Airport, the Queensferry Crossing and the central motorway network. The A1 is also within a short drive leading to East Lothian.