McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present this two-bedroom, main door, flat to the market. The flat is in a former maltings building that was built by the Blair family to serve the Craigwell Brewery, the remains of which faces Campbells Close across Calton Road.
The property is offered to the market chain free and enjoys generous proportions throughout. Alongside the two bedrooms, there is a living room with attached kitchen, a large box room which would make an ideal workspace, and a large bathroom. The property also enjoys access to a large and well-maintained communal garden which is a rare and very welcome feature for a property in the Old Town.
Proximity to the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood Park, Waverley Station and the Royal Mile mean that the property would be ideal as a residential home or a sound investment property.
You approach the property along a cobbled lane which feels like walking back in time. A few steps lead to the main door which opens directly into the living room. The living room is spacious with ample room for a large suite of furniture and a dining table. The space will give a new owner plenty of flexibility to create their ideal entertaining space. The living gives obvious clues to the buildings industrial beginnings and is really quite charming. The kitchen is attached to the living room in a semi-open plan arrangement. The kitchen includes a good range of solid wooden base mounted units with wooden work surfaces. These quality units give a very rustic feel and are very much in keeping with the ages and style of the building. A door from the kitchen opens onto a small courtyard, which is shared with neighbouring properties and gives welcome additional natural light.
The two bedrooms are positioned on either side of the living room. Bedroom 1 is on your right-hand side as you enter the property. There is plenty of space for a full suite of bedroom furniture alongside an integrated wardrobe. The second bedroom is of a similar size, a large box room to the rear of the property would make a fantastic study or dressing room.
Finally, the internal accommodation is completed by a generous bathroom which include a three-piece white suite and a separate free-standing shower.
Leaving the property and heading to the rear of the building you find the well-maintained communal garden which is a real oasis and a rare feature with a city centre property like this.
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