This bright, recently decorated south facing first floor upper flat has a main door entrance, and is contained within a two storey building incorporating three garages, one of which forms part of the sale. The property lies within a well know residential development undertaken by McTaggart & Mickel around the late 1980’s.The easily managed interior provides a spacious sitting room with a west facing window and sliding patio door accessing a Juliet balcony, a generously proportioned well fitted/equipped kitchen/dining room, the double bedroom with its range of fitted/built-in storage/wardrobe space, and a tiled shower room with natural light, displaying a white three piece suite. Benefits include double glazed windows with PVC frames, and a gas fired central heating system fired by a Combi boiler. A hatch and sliding aluminium ladder in the hallway gives access to a large extensively floored and insulated attic, which offers great storage space with an electric strip light. Windows within the sitting room and kitchen/dining room enjoy angled views towards the nearby Corstorphine Hill.
The much sought after district of Blackhall sits behind Corstorphine Hill, on the west side of the city, approximately two miles from Princes Street. The surrounding area provides excellent local amenities, and a selection of well-respected schools together with a range of local shops in the bustling ‘Village’ of Blackhall and nearby Davidson’s Mains. More comprehensive shopping facilities can be found at the Craigleith Retail Park containing many high street outlets such as Marks and Spencer, Boots, and Sainsbury’s - to name but a few. Nearby Queensferry Road offers a fast route to the city centre, and westwards towards the M8, M9 and M90 motorway systems, together with the International Airport and city by-pass. Sporting enthusiasts are well catered for with a local tennis and bowling club in Blackhall and several golf courses within easy reach including Ravelston, Murrayfield and Bruntsfield. Regular bus services on Hillhouse Road and Craigcrook Road connect with the city centre and other parts of Edinburgh.
Hillpark Wood sits to the north of March Road, and is accessed from Hillpark Way. The most convenient access point is from the west most of three cul-de-sacs, which takes you directly to the garage, parking area, and a pedestrian pathway leading to the property for sale.
There are mature landscaped grounds surrounding the buildings within the development, and a south and west facing communal drying green adjacent to Number 49. There is also a single garage belonging to the property.