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57/12 (3F3) Albert Street, Edinburgh, EH7 5LW

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Property description

A well presented traditional top floor flat situated within the popular Leith district of the city perfectly positioned for access to Edinburgh City Centre and excellent local amenities on Leith Walk and Easter Road.  The property would make an ideal purchase for a first time buyer and perhaps for letting purposes and the move-in accommodation comprises: Shared secured entry. Reception hall. Attractive and good sized living room. Open plan to kitchen with appliances. Generously proportioned double bedrooms with fitted storage. Shower room. Gas central heating. Double glazing. Communal garden to rear. Unrestricted on-street parking. Superb views to Arthur’s Seat & Calton Hill. Situated in the popular district of Leith, the property is ideally placed for a wealth of excellent amenities including many bars, restaurants and specialised shops situated on Leith Walk and Easter Road. The Omni Centre and Playhouse Theatre at the top of Leith Walk provide excellent recreational pursuits and the open spaces of Inverleith Park and Royal Botanic Gardens and access to the Water of Leith Walkway are also easily accessible. The property is within easy walking distance of John Lewis, Harvey Nichols, Princes Street and all the amenities and historic tourist attractions of the City Centre. The fashionable Shore area of Leith with its retro-cafes, gastro-pubs and award-winning restaurants is also nearby. Regular buses run to the City Centre and surrounding areas, the tram terminus at York Place is a short walk away and both Waverley Railway Station and St Andrew Square Bus Station are again easily accessible.

Features

  • On-street parking
  • Communal Gardens
  • Council Tax Band B
  • Gas central heating
  • Double glazing
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Floor
  • Good Condition
  • Kitchen
  • Area (sqm): 33

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