73/9 Logie Green Road is a lovely 1 bedroom apartment positioned on the first floor of a new development by the well-established AMA Homes. The property boasts 840 Sq Ft comprising a beautiful and bright South East facing open plan living, kitchen and dining room with integrated storage. The generous double bedroom looks on to the properties private deck and has an abundance of room with also built in wardrobe space. There is an internal, spacious bathroom as well as a two storage cupboards off the hall way. The private deck has a North West outlook. The estimated completion date for Canon Quarters is August 2017 and each unit will benefit from a secure, allocated car parking space. The development will be fully factored and the costs will be determined by the size of unit being purchased. White goods included in each unit will be a fridge/freezer, a washer dryer and a dishwasher. The development is further complimented by 2 lifts providing access to all levels.
*Please note, images are CGI and are representational of the development. Council Tax Band and EPC Band will be determined upon completion of the development – the detailed rates are non-accurate.
Canon Quarters is located on Logie Green Road, situated on the northern fringe of Edinburgh’s ever popular New Town and is overlooking the water of Leith. The area enjoys all the advantages of central living having easy access to the city's main business and commercial centers. Princes Street and George Street provide excellent shopping facilities while specialist shopping is available in the nearby ‘village’ of Stockbridge. The property is also close to a variety of local restaurants and bars at Canonmills and Tesco at Logie Green Road. Pleasant walks can be taken along the nearby Water of Leith walkway, Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanical Gardens. Furthermore, there is convenient road access to the west leading to the city bypass, Edinburgh International Airport and the central Scotland motorway network. The area is well served by regular public transport which feeds the many arteries of the city. Haymarket and Waverley railway stations are also within easy reach.