Leith Links are situated approximately 2 miles to the North East of Edinburgh's city centre and has excellent road and public transport links both into town and out to the city bypass and East Lothian.
The new tram network will pass close by to the apartment alongside nearby Constitution Street on completion.
The Links provide a superb open space and, according to local legend, are home to the first ever "international" golf match between Scotland and England in 1681. Leith has played a significant role in Scotland's history and is the maritime gateway to the capital city.
Leith has a wealth of excellent eateries, including Martin Wishart's Michelin-starred restaurant and 'The Kitchin', many seafood specialists, and plenty of cosy Scottish pubs. You can even have food on board 'The Fingal', an incredible floating hotel.
Ocean Terminal, Leith's stylish shopping centre designed by Sir Terence Conran, is nearby with a variety of stores, restaurants, a multi-screen cinema complex and the Royal Yacht Britannia moored alongside.
This upper villa has been modernised and improved to offer flexible accommodation over two floors. Upon entering, a private staircase leads you to the main hallway which is exceptionally light and airy. There is an elegant bay window sitting room and stylish kitchen/dining room on the first floor, as well as two bedrooms (one being used as a study/home office). In addition, there is a fully tiled, modern wet room with double shower, sink and WC.
On the second floor, the property has a principal bedroom suite which offers an abundance of storage with large bespoke built in wardrobes. There is an additional bedroom and a cleverly designed stylish bathroom with full size bath, WC, wash hand basin and storage.
The entire property is in excellent condition and perfectly combines elegant Victorian features with a contemporary finish.
Externally, the property has a private front garden.