Beveridge & Kellas
Solicitors & Estate Agents
Traditional Values... Modern Practice
0131 554 6321
Viewing is recommended to appreciate this fabulous top floor flat within a Georgian B listed building close to excellent amenities. Smith’s Place is a small cul de sac just off Leith Walk which connects Edinburgh city centre with the Port of Leith. Leith has become one of Edinburgh’s trendiest areas due to its vibrant cultural scene, independent bars and restaurants and cosmopolitan vibe. The shore area of Leith offers a fine selection of bars, bistros and highly regarded restaurants. There is also an excellent public transport service to the city centre and surrounding areas.
The interior is tastefully presented and although modernised does still retain many fine period features throughout. All rooms are spacious, light and airy and the accommodation in brief comprises – generous and welcoming entrance hall with engineered oak flooring and an access hatch to the attic storage. The impressive double windowed living room is to the front of the property also with engineered oak flooring, shelved alcove, period fireplace, high ceilings, cornicing and a ceiling rose. The kitchen/dining room is to the rear with a range of wall and base units, electric double oven and hob, chimney style extractor hood, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The utility room is off the hall with fitted shelving, extractor fan, automatic washing machine and dryer. The generous master bedroom is to the rear of the property with a shelved alcove and en suite bathroom off. The partially tiled en suite bathroom has a 3-piece suite with a luxury bath and shower off the mains. Bedroom 2 is to the front of the property and is currently being used as a dining room, it features and period fireplace, high ceilings, coving and a shelved alcove. Bedroom 3 is light and bright and to the rear and bedroom 4 is to the front and is currently being used as a home office. An internal tiled shower room with 3-piece suite and shower off the mains completes this property.
To include the aforementioned white goods (no warranties to be given) carpets, floor coverings and blinds.