An excellent opportunity to purchase a two-bedroom ground floor Victorian tenement flat, in need of modernisation and redecoration. This property is located in a quiet, desirable street in the heart of Newington, with the advantage of a large west facing communal garden.
This property has served as an ideal buy to let investment for several years and will appeal to all manners of buyer including first-time buyers, investors, families, and young professionals.
Entered via a secure entry system and communal stair, this property just oozes potential and an opportunity to add value. The main door opens into a welcoming hallway with storeroom to the left on entering and a further deep recessed cupboard offering further storage. A spacious sitting room/dining room is positioned to the rear of the property with a desirable aspect overlooking the communal gardens.
There is a reasonably sized utility room off the living area which, with the relevant consents could be upgraded to provide a large family bathroom suite or an even larger public room.
Two large double bedrooms are located to the front of the property. Each with original features such as cornicing and sash and case windows.
An internal kitchen offers well-proportioned cupboard space and worktops which, once redecorated, will appeal to those who enjoy cooking and entertaining. Alternatively, if the kitchen were to be relocated within the property to the public room, it could be used as a large office study.
A bright and airy three-piece shower room with window to the rear completes the accommodation on offer.
There is gas central heating throughout and on street permit parking.
Located on the doorstep of the Meadows, within a five-minute walk of Edinburgh University, there is a multitude of cultural and fun events locally. Public transport network is exceptional with direct bus routes leading to all areas throughout the city. School catchment areas are much sought after and include Preston Street Primary School and James Gillespie’s High School.
Newington is a highly sought-after residential neighbourhood south of the city, served by excellent local amenities including local and specialist shops, bars, restaurants and cafes.
Cameron Toll Shopping Centre which hosts a Sainsbury’s Superstore is also close by. For the fitness enthusiast, leisure and recreational amenities are plentiful with the Royal Commonwealth Pool and the green open spaces of The Meadows, Arthur’s Seat, Holyrood Park, Prestonfield and Craigmillar golf courses, the Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill all located nearby.
Cultural amenities can be found at the Festival Theatre on Nicolson Street and the Queen’s Hall on Clerk Street. The area is also well suited for access to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and Edinburgh University. There is good road access to the city bypass with excellent connections to the motorway network heading east on the A1, and to the west to the Gyle Shopping Centre, the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh International Airport and the central motorway network. There are also regular bus services running to and from the city centre. Excellent schools in both the state and private sectors are easily accessible.