6 1F4 Dickson Street is a very well-proportioned and bright double bedroom flat located on the first floor. The property has been newly decorated with a neutral finish and has carpets throughout.
The living room is generous in size with the kitchen located off it. The kitchen has excellent cupboard space and fitted white goods including an under counter fridge/freezer and washing machine, there is also a traditional pully positioned above the kitchen. The large double bedroom benefits from a vast amount of built in wardrobe space with a large window overlooking to communal garden area. There is a separate WC and shower room and double glazing throughout. The property electric heating and has a secure entry phone system as well as a communal garden to the rear.
This property is ideal for a first-time buyer, a professional couple or an investor looking for a buy-to-let, the property also serves well as student accommodation given its close proximity to the university.
If you are looking at this property as a buy-to-let investment, we believe it would achieve in the region of £675 per month which works out at a gross yield of 5.8%. The typical tenant for this type of property in this location would be a single professional or a professional couple.
Dickson Street is situated between Leith Walk and Easter Road. Leith is the port of Edinburgh situated around 2 miles from Edinburgh city centre and is a vibrant and diverse place to live. It offers a wonderful array of restaurants, cafes and bars, many of which are to be found at the nearby cosmopolitan Shore. With its unique blend of old and new architecture, Leith has become a popular area with young professionals, yet it retains a distinctive character separate from the rest of the city. The city centre is a short distance away where there are fantastic amenities. Ocean terminal shopping centre, a large flagship development which houses over 70 national and boutique retailers, multi-screen cinema, restaurants and leisure facilities is also a few minutes' walk away, as is The Royal Yacht Britannia, one of the city's leading tourist attractions. Leisure activities can be found locally at Leith Victoria Leisure Centre and David Lloyd Fitness Club. The Water of Leith cycle path is close by linking to a network of routes throughout the city. Leith Links and Pilrig Park are nearby for a relaxing stroll. The area is well served with schooling for all ages. There are frequent bus services to the city centre. The A1 south and Edinburgh city bypass are easily reached by car, as is Edinburgh International Airport, making it ideal for commuting.