Chaos enjoys a private setting on Woodhall Road, situated in the much sought-after Colinton suburb of Edinburgh, about three miles south-west of the city centre, with characterful houses set in generous gardens.
The historic conservation village of Colinton nearby is charming, with a number of small specialty shops, a Co-Op store, local pubs and popular restaurants, two churches and a tennis club.
The area is also well catered for in terms of superstores, with Marks & Spencer's, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons all within a 5-10min drive.
Bonaly Primary School is within walking distance and Merchiston Castle School is on the edge of the village, whilst George Watson's College and Napier University's Craiglockhart campus are close by.
The Water of Leith walkway and cycle path are easily accessible, as are the paths through the spectacular Pentland Hills, offering lovely country walks. There are also a number of golf courses in the area.
Woodhall Road offers convenient access to the main arterial routes into the city centre, as well as the city bypass, airport and Central Scotland motorway network.
There is a regular bus service to the city centre, with a bus stop located opposite the house on Woodhall Road.
Chaos, 41 Woodhall Road, is a wonderful family home offering versatile and generous accommodation on two floors in this exceptionally popular and renowned residential area, located only a few miles to the south-west of Edinburgh's city centre.
The property is well laid out with extremely generous public rooms and comfortable and spacious bedrooms, perfect for both entertaining and everyday family life.
Entered through a vestibule into a large, welcoming hallway (which serves as an entertaining space in its own right), one is immediately met with a sense of warmth and character. To the left is a study overlooking the front drive. The hallway then opens to provide access to the kitchen, dining room, and sitting room.
The latter of these is a delightful, bright space overlooking the beautiful rear garden, benefiting from full-width glazing and a door to the rear deck and garden beyond, which brings the outside in. There is also a working fireplace for cosy winter nights.
Adjacent to the sitting room is the well-appointed kitchen offering space for a large table and boasting ample surfaces and storage. The utility room is located off, providing additional access to the rear.
The dining room is situated to the front of the house and could, given its situation, be knocked through to the kitchen allowing a fantastic open plan space (subject to acquiring the necessary consents).
A more casual family room is located on the other side of the house, also overlooking the front drive.
The comfortable principal suite is peacefully set to the back with a pleasant outlook over the rear garden with a well-appointed shower room off.
Rounding out the ground floor is a W.C, a generous cloakroom and an under-stair cupboard.
An attractive staircase leads to the first-floor landing and hallway, off which are located four more double bedrooms. Completing the first floor are the family bathroom, an additional shower room and a linen store.
The house and gardens face south and are flooded with sunlight throughout the day. The gardens are beautifully manicured, with expanses of lawn, planted borders and mature hedges and trees offering shade and privacy. There are two patio areas with ample space for an outdoor table and chairs as well as a summer house, shed and stores. There is a gated driveway with space for at least four cars and a double garage.