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4 bedroom flat for sale
1 Eton Terrace, West End, Edinburgh
Tenure: FreeholdSecond Floor: Hall | Sitting room | Kitchen/dining room | Double bedroom | Utility room | Bathroom | Shower room
Third Floor: 3 Double bedrooms
1 Eton Terrace is an elegant 4-bedroom double upper apartment forming part of a handsome converted A-Listed townhouse dating back to 1855. Internally the property is in good decorative order and has recently benefited from a stylish new kitchen and bathroom and the fitting of oak flooring. Many fine details of the period have been retained including the fireplace, cornice work and sash-and-case windows with working shutters. Particular features of the property are the spectacular and extensive views over the Dean Valley towards Edinburgh Castle to the front and over the Firth of Forth to the rear.
EPC Energy Efficiency Rating: E
Eton Terrace enjoys an enviable location in the heart of one of Edinburgh's most desirable residential areas. The property is within a few minutes' walk of the retail and commercial city centre in Princes Street, George Street and Lothian Road, and also within easy access of Haymarket Station. The fashionable and ever popular West End is host to a wide variety of amenities including bars, shops, boutiques and restaurants and is also a short walk from the charming area of Stockbridge with its wide variety of specialist shops. Local amenities include the Drumsheugh Private Swimming Baths, the Edinburgh Sports Club, Dean Tennis Club and the Modern and Dean Art Galleries. There is easy access to the impressive Water of Leith walkway leading to the Edinburgh cycle path network, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance. The property is also convenient for a number of excellent schools on the north side of the city in both the state and private sectors.
The proprietor can apply to gain access to the Dean Gardens via www.deangardens.org. Parking is by way of residents' permit obtained from Edinburgh City Council.