Nestled within a tranquil cul-de-sac development in Newcraighall, this three-bedroom mid-terrace villa is presented to an impeccable standard throughout, striking the perfect blend of stylish interior design and functional family living. The front door opens into a bright hall with a practical downstairs WC. Directly ahead is the open plan living room and kitchen, where floor-to-ceiling bi-fold doors, opens the space onto decking and the rear garden. There is ample space for a dining table, positioned next to the stylish kitchen, tucked around the corner with a front-facing window. Sleek slate grey gloss paired with marble effect worktops house a full complement of integrated appliances. Stairs in the living area lead up to the first floor, where there are three excellent bedrooms, the master boasts a sunny south-facing aspect and built-in wardrobes. On the landing is a pristine three-piece bathroom, fully tiled with natural stone effect ceramic tiles, a wall-mounted vanity basin unit, a back-to-wall WC and a shower fitted over a bath with a glass screen. Gas central heating and double glazing is fitted throughout. The front windows are South-East, so get the sun in the morning, then the rear garden gets the sun all afternoon until it goes down. The property also benefits from attic space and comes with two allocated parking spaces.
Newcraighall is a former mining village, now a popular south-east suburb of Edinburgh. Extensive amenities are provided for retail and leisure at nearby Fort Kinnaird, along with a large Asda store. Portobello beach with it's swimming pool and Turkish baths, are within easy reach and there are a number of golf courses, nearby, including Portobello, Duddingston and Musselburgh. Schooling is well provided, from primary through to secondary, with the addition of Edinburgh College and Queen Magaret University campuses within the area. Excellent transport links are available, with regular bus services, direct access to the A1 and onto the Edinburgh City By pass which links you effortlessly to all other major road networks and Newcraighall boasts it's own railway station.
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