10/13 Western Harbour Midway, Edinburgh, EH6 6PT

  • £199,000
    2 Bedrooms
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EWS1 FORM AVAILABLE
Spacious two-bedroom, fourth floor apartment, within a modern, factored residential development, set on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth at Leith, north of Edinburgh’s city centre. The apartment is lift served and the accommodation comprises: hallway with two large cupboards; South facing living room incorporating a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances; master bedroom with built-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room; second double bedroom with built-in wardrobe; and a bathroom with three piece white suite and mains mixer shower over the bath.

The property has the benefit of electric heating, double glazing, landscaped grounds, secured entry system and an allocated space (no. 100).

The development is managed by Element Factors at an approx. monthly fee of £100 which includes upkeep and maintenance of the communal areas and buildings insurance.

LOCATION
Historic Leith’s fashionable waterfront area is an intriguing mix of traditional and contemporary Edinburgh.

It is home to the Scottish Office and The Royal Yacht Britannia, there is a huge choice 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 and the South.

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