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1/1 Merchiston Bank Avenue, EDINBURGH, EH10 5ED

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Property description

A rarely available traditional ground floor flat forming part of a converted townhouse and situated within the prestigious Merchiston district of the city located between Bruntsfield and Morningside. The property is within walking distance of excellent local amenities and only a short journey from Edinburgh city centre.  The property is brought to the market in move in condition and would be suitable for a range of buyers and the accommodation comprises: Shared security entry into well maintained stairwell. Reception hall with excellent storage. Bright, attractive and good sized bay windowed living room with feature gas fire. Kitchen with appliances & French doors to rear. Good sized double bedroom with fitted bedroom furniture & built-in wardrobes. Further double bedroom located to rear.A recently installed shower room. Gas central heating (new boiler).Original features. AlarmPrivate garden with two patio areas to the rear. Residents permit parking. S2 (Morningside) Merchiston is a highly respected and much sought after residential area of the city, typified by broad tree lined avenue and substantial property styles set within large attractive gardens. Princes Street and the West End are little more than a mile away and are readily accessible either via regular public transport services or indeed on foot. There are local shopping facilities scattered throughout the area, including those in both neighbouring Bruntsfield and Morningside. Delightful independent shops, a large branch of Waitrose, a Tesco and a Marks & Spencer food outlet are to name but a few. Parts of Napier and Edinburgh Universities are within close proximity, as are excellent schools including George Watson’s College which is within a few minutes on foot. Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and Medical School are also readily accessible. Leisurewise, the surrounding area is one where the city’s entertainment venues tend to be high concentrated. The Usher Hall, Traverse, Lyceum, Kings and Churchhill Theatres, the Odeon and Dominion cinemas, restaurants, cafes and bars are all represented. The wonderful open spaces of Bruntsfield Links and the Meadows offer opportunities for walking, jogging and cycling. There are also several local access points to the city’s cycle path network and the union canal towpath.


  • Metered Parking
  • Rear Garden
  • Council Tax Band E
  • Gas central heating
  • Single Glazing
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Good Condition
  • Kitchen



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