5 Chester Street
This substantial ground floor conversion forms part of a handsome stone built Victorian terraced townhouse within Edinburgh’s highly sought after West End district. Secure entrance hall, reception hallway, impressive sitting room, breakfasting sized kitchen, large double bedroom one, double bedroom two, shower room and bathroom. Modern gas central heating.Offers Over £330,000
- Ground Floor Flat
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bath/Shower Rooms
- 1 Public Room
- Gas Central Heating
This substantial ground floor conversion forms part of a handsome stone built Victorian terraced townhouse within Edinburgh’s highly sought after West End district. Internally the split level accommodation has a layout comprising - shared entrance hall; broad reception hall with staircases and fixed skylight providing natural daylight; fabulous sitting room displaying the original fireplace, ornate cornice work and two large front facing windows; breakfasting sized kitchen with modern units and window to the rear overlooking gardens; large double bedroom one with fitted wardrobes and twin rear facing windows overlooking gardens; double bedroom two with rear facing window and fitted storage; modern internal shower room; modern bathroom with sunken bath and window to the rear. The property’s specification includes modern gas central heating. Subject to a modest fee the property can apply for access to a shared walled garden off Rothesay Place which is privately run by the Walker Garden Association.
The West End is close to many of the capital’s finest shops and restaurants as well as its commercial and retail core in George Street and Princes Street. The cosmopolitan district of Stockbridge is only a short walk away offering a superb choice of speciality shops, fashionable bars, quaint coffee shops, delis and boutiques. Locally there is a Co-operative Food, a Waitrose supermarket at Comely Bank in addition to a Sainsbury’s supermarket and range of retail stores at Craigleith Shopping Park near Blackhall. There is easy access to the Water of Leith Walkway and cycle path, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance. The Drumsheugh Baths Club is situated nearby in Belford Road whilst the Edinburgh Sports Club, Dean Tennis Club and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art are located in the Dean Village. Haymarket rail station is close by and regular public transport including Edinburgh’s tram service provides swift access in and around the city. By car fast main roads connect quickly to the city bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, the Forth Road Bridge and central motorway network. Excellent schooling is represented in the state and private sector.
Energy Efficiency Rating: C
Notes of Sale
All services throughout the property are UNTESTED. Any purchasers must satisfy themselves with the condition of any central heating boilers, radiators, gas fires, electric showers and all other installations. Every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars however no warranty can be given for the accuracy of the details contained herein.