Savills | Duke Street, Leith Links, Edinburgh, EH6 8HN | Property for sale
824 sq ft(76.55 sq m)
Offers over £295,000(156,518 BHD)

Duke StreetLeith Links, Edinburgh, EH6 8HN

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Two bedroom and two bathrooms
  • Situated in a gated development in a former school building
  • Private allocated parking space
  • Easy access to wide open parklands at Leith Links
  • Private external store room included
  • Close to the upcoming tram extension

Contemporary two bedroom apartment with private parking, set within the Academy Lofts -a gated development on Leith Links.

About this property

  • 91/3 Duke Street is an immaculately presented two bedroom flat with two bathrooms.

    The property is stylish and contemporary throughout and offers two double bedrooms, with the master benefitting from an ensuite shower room. Both bedrooms have built in storage.

    The living room has a wonderful exposed brick feature wall and is open plan with the stylish kitchen with integrated appliances and an open view over Leith Links. The living room also benefits from large windows with park view and high ceilings.

    Externally, there is a private allocated parking space within the gated development and residents can enjoy a communal courtyard garden which is accessed from directly opposite the flat.

    This property also benefits from a private lockable store room within the development.

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An outstanding apartment in an increasingly sought after gated development in Leith. Situated next to Leith Links and close to the upcoming Edinburgh tram extension.

John ForsythProperty agent

Local information

  • Leith Links are situated approximately 2 miles to the North East of Edinburgh's city centre and has excellent road and public transport links both into town and out to the city bypass and East Lothian.
  • The new tram network will pass close by to the apartment alongside nearby Constitution Street on completion.
  • The Links provide a superb open space and, according to local legend, are home to the first ever "international" golf match between Scotland and England in 1681. Leith has played a significant role in Scotland's history and is the maritime gateway to the capital city.
  • Leith has a wealth of excellent eateries, including Martin Wishart's Michelin-starred restaurant and 'The Kitchin', many seafood specialists, and plenty of cosy Scottish pubs. You can even have food on board 'The Fingal', an incredible floating hotel.
  • Ocean Terminal, Leith's stylish shopping centre designed by Sir Terence Conran, is nearby with a variety of stores, restaurants, a multi-screen cinema complex and the Royal Yacht Britannia moored alongside.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = C