Waverley Park, in the now much sought after Abbeyhill district of Edinburgh, was designed by David Cousin, Edinburgh’s first City Architect. This charming third (top) floor late Victorian two bedroom flat would make an ideal first home or investment property. The flat is reached via the communal entrance and stair and the accommodation comprises: hall, with large store cupboard that houses the boiler; south east facing living room with traditional fire place, cornice and wood tongued and grooved floor boards; kitchen with floor and wall storage, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and appliances; two double bedrooms and; naturally lit tiled bathroom with three piece suite and shower over the bath. There is a communal garden to the rear of the tenement.
•Gas fired central heating
•Communal rear garden
Within easy reach of the city centre, Abbeyhill is an enviable location with the Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace and Arthur's Seat, all on the doorstep. A good selection of independent shops, cafes and eateries can be found in the immediate area and on nearby Easter Road. The University of Edinburgh and the Scottish Parliament are within walking distance. The City Bypass, providing a quick and easy link to the M8/M9/M90/A1 road network, Edinburgh International Airport and the Queensferry Crossing, is easily accessed.
Extras: All fitted flooring, appliances and integrated appliances are included in the sale
Council Tax: B