14/2 Drumsheugh Gardens is a handsome fully furnished first floor flat incorporating two magnificent original reception rooms in a period terrace located in the heart of Edinburgh’s desirable West End. The property is approached by a wood paneled door opening to a stunning communal hallway.
The two original reception rooms occupy the front portion of the flat. Side by side, the equal proportions, one provides an impressive drawing room with living flame gas fire in a beautiful white marble surround, and the other a delightfully opulent principle bedroom with a matching fireplace and en-suite shower room.
A glossy hardwood floor has been laid throughout the flat providing a superb sense of continuity from front to back.The kitchen is impressively well appointed to the rear of the building with dining table and chairs, dishwasher as well as ample storage space.
The second bedroom is of excellent proportions and enjoys a sunny outlook to the south. It is adjacent to a luxurious bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The third double bedroom also lies to rear of the building.
The property further benefits from plenty of storage with a large linen cupboard near the bathroom and a second store cupboard near bedroom three.
The property benefits from secured entry system and permit parking for residents is available from the council. The flat also has access to the private Drumsheugh Gardens for which there is a nominal annual charge
Drumsheugh Gardens is situated in a central location in the heart of Edinburgh’s prestigious West End. The property is within a few minutes’ walk of the retail and commercial city centre in Princes Street and George Street, and also enjoys easy access to Haymarket Station. The fashionable and ever-popular West End is host to a wide variety of amenities including bars, shops, boutiques and restaurants. There is a Waitrose in Comely Bank and a number of supermarkets at Shandwick Place. Local amenities include the Drumsheugh Private Swimming Baths, the Edinburgh Sports Club, Dean Tennis Club and the Modern and Dean Art Galleries. There is easy access to the impressive Water of Leith walkway leading to the Edinburgh cycle path network, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance. Edinburgh International Airport is easily accessible as is the city bypass. The property is also close to a number of excellent schools on the north side of the city in both the state and private sectors.