A rarely available four bedroom end terraced house in Comely Bank.
This handsome end of terrace Victorian house occupies a quiet, leafy street in one of Edinburgh's most desirable locations.Approached through a private front garden, the house is accessed via the entry porch and into a spacious hall, which uniquely features an original fireplace. The sitting room is to the front of the house and has a bay window, with stained glass panels. A large mantelpiece with woodburning stove provides a wonderful focal point. To the rear of the ground floor is the kitchen and a dining room which overlooks the pretty garden. Completing this floor is a spacious utility offshoot and shower room, as well as a handy storage cupboard. Stairs from the kitchen lead to the traditional maid's room which could be used as a study or fourth bedroom. On the first floor, the principal bedroom overlooks Learmonth Grove and benefits from an en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms to the rear and all three feature charming, traditional fireplaces. Completing the accommodation is the family bathroom. Outside, there is a very private, mature garden. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well-proportioned, charming family house in a sought-after location.
The house is located in the prestigious Comely Bank area of Edinburgh, which lies within walking distance of the City Centre, the West End and Stockbridge. The immediate area boasts a wealth of specialist shops to cater for the most ardent shopper and includes a Waitrose supermarket. The house is conveniently positioned for the impressive Craigleith Retail Park, and all of the city's formal entertainments are just a brief stroll away. Some of Edinburgh's best loved parklands are also close by, including Inverleith Park, Dean Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Top independent schools within comfortable distance of the property include The Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College. The house is also in the catchment for Flora Stevenson Primary School and Broughton High School. An efficient public transport network operates to most parts of the city, and the Edinburgh City Bypass and main motorway networks are within easy reach.