Newly refurbished to exceptional standard, three bedroom flat in elegant Victorian building, ideally located in Bruntsfield.
Spacious, light filled second floor, three bedroom flat in an elegant Victorian tenement building.
This flat would make a lovely home as it has a peaceful position on Rochester Terrace and is centrally located, mere minutes from the city centre.
The apartment itself has been extensively renovated to an outstanding specification offering a modern home while retaining the original features including beautiful cornicing throughout, original fireplace in the living room and stripped pine doors and floors.
Wide Entrance hall with two spacious storage cupboards. There is a large living room with triple aspect bay window to the front which allows natural light to flood into this elegant room. With ample space for dining at the window, this room provides a spacious sitting room which is completed by the original wooden mantel piece with gas living flame fire and glass fronted shelved alcove.
Stunning and well equipped, the new kitchen has a spacious dining area offering an ideal space for entertaining and has a large walk-in larder/cupboard. There is a utility room accessed from the kitchen with sink and space for a washing machine.
The large primary bedroom is located at the back of the property and overlooks the beautifully tended communal gardens. There is a second generous double bedroom which is light filled by the morning sun. Facing Rochester Terrace, the third bedroom may also serve as an office for working from home.
The high-quality new bathroom has Hansgrohe mixer shower over the bath with screen, a sink unit with drawer and a wall hung WC, all of which are complemented by the original stained-glass window.
Gas central heating. Beautifully maintained west facing shared garden.
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This flat is excellently located next to one of my favourite districts in Edinburgh. Bruntsfield is bustling with local bars, restaurants, boutique shops and eateries.John Forsyth