Fixed Price £335,000

102A Lower Granton Road, Trinity, Edinburgh, EH5 1ER

2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 1 public room
No GardenAllocated parking space EPC Rating: DCouncil Tax: DTenure: Freehold

This impressive two bedroom apartment is located in Trinity.

Key Features

  • Elegant communal driveway with single allocated parking space
  • Stunning living/dining room with far reaching sea views
  • Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and sea views
  • Lower ground floor with two cellars provide excellent storage

Property Description

Impressive two bedroom apartment in the Trinity area forming the ground and lower ground levels of an elegant original sandstone Victorian building with commanding seascape views across the Firth of Forth to Fife, immediate proximity to Granton Harbour and only 1.5 miles to the city centre. Close to all amenities, public transport and excellent school provision, this lovely, light-infused property has been subject to various upgrades which include a well-maintained exterior, with a pillared communal driveway. Key original features such as refurbished sash and case windows throughout are retained with contemporary additions such as a fully fitted kitchen and two pristine bathrooms, whilst two large cellars forming the lower ground floor offer ample storage.

NB: The bedrooms have been virtually staged to show potential layout.

102A Lower Granton Road, Trinity, Edinburgh, EH5 1ER

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