This handsome stone-fronted single storey detached bungalow was originally constructed in 1937 and sits in a delightful fully enclosed garden which extends to around one fifth of an acre. The easily managed flexible layout is tastefully modernised and has double glazing, and gas central heating fired by a Combi boiler. In addition to the main accommodation a conservatory was added in 1992 to the rear of the property and has a lovely outlook over the garden.
A Ramsay ladder within the central hallway gives access to a large extensively floored attic which provides excellent storage space, and may offer potential for conversion to further living space, subject to all the necessary permissions and paperwork.
The stunning back garden has been imaginatively landscaped by the present owner to provide two main areas of lawn, surrounded by well stocked colourful borders and mature trees, all screened by tall hedges and timber fencing. There is also a 10' 4" x 8' 4" aluminium framed greenhouse, a timber shed, and a separate bicycle store.
To the front of the property a wide concrete slabbed driveway offers good off-street parking.
The popular district of Greenbank lies on the south side of the city around three miles from Princes Street, and is close to the amenities of Morningside. This convenient location affords easy access to an excellent range of shops, together with a selection of popular restaurants, bars, and a local cinema. Regular bus services run to and from the city centre and other parts of Edinburgh, and easy access can be gained to the city ring road, linking with East Lothian and the M8 and M9 motorway networks, along with Edinburgh's International Airport. There is also a good selection of primary and secondary schooling within the area, while the sporting and outdoor enthusiast is well catered for with several well-known golf courses nearby, country style walks at Craiglockhart Hill, Braidburn Valley, and the Hermitage, and the Pentland Hills to the south offering further walking and the Hillend dry ski-slope.Greenbank Loan runs mainly in a north to south direction, midway between Greenbank Crescent and Greenbank Road. Number 27 lies on the east side of the street.