Reception: 0131 662 4747

Property: 0131 667 0232

4 Bedroom House

405 Queensferry Road, Blackhall, Edinburgh, EH4 7AP

Offers Over £510,000

  • Parking: Driveway
  • Garden: Front & Rear
  • EPC Band: D

A unique opportunity has arisen to acquire this stunning, four-bedroom family home boasting private gardens to the front and rear in the popular Blackhall district to the west of Edinburgh’s city centre.This beautifully presented property offers well-planned accommodation over two levels and is offered to the market in genuine move-in condition. On the ground floor, the spacious living room is the main public area in the property where large bay windows let in plenty of natural light. The dining room lies just off the living area and from here, patio doors lead to the well-maintained private garden to the rear. The contemporary kitchen is spacious and well appointed and has a utility room lying just off this.The two double bedrooms on the ground floor are of a good size and either room could alternatively be used as a playroom, study, office or gym, giving the property plenty of flexibility. A modern family bathroom completes the accommodation on this level. Upstairs, the main bedroom boasts a modern ensuite and built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom is also of an excellent size and has substantial storage space thanks to two built-in wardrobes. Early viewing is essential to appreciate everything that this spectacular family home has to offer.Spacious family home in desirable location, Master bedroom with ensuite, Three further double bedrooms, Spacious living room, Dining room with patio doors to rear, Family bathroom with a separate shower room. Kitchen, Utility room, Gas central heating and Double glazing, Private front and rear gardens, Garage and driveway.Extras included in the sale: All blinds, fridge, cooker, dishwasher and all wardrobes. 

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 April Harper

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