**CLOSING DATE 12NOON FRIDAY 22ND NOVEMBER** Impressive ground and garden property situated in Edinburgh's New Town.
17 Bellevue Crescent is a rarely available ground and garden property in Edinburgh's East New Town. The entire property is immaculately presented and benefits from over 2000 sq ft of flexible accommodation.
On the ground floor, the property enjoys an impressive front sitting room with ornate cornicing and a range of original features, including a wonderful fireplace. This room has lovely views over the gardens to the front and is exceptionally bright and airy. There are two good sized bedrooms to the rear of the ground floor, with two bathrooms. Bedroom 2 has built in storage cupboards. Additionally, there is a study room which is situated next to the sitting room which is ideal for those looking to work from home.
The lower floor has ample storage with three large cupboards, including one which has been cleverly converted into a wine cellar/store. Of particular note is the master bedroom suite which is situated to the front of the property. This bedroom is particularly spacious and has two large windows to the front and a lovely feature fireplace. There is an excellent walk in wardrobe, tucked behind the bed which leads to a superb ensuite shower room. The ensuite has a double sized shower, wash hand basin and WC, with 'jack and jill' access from the bedroom and hallway.
To the rear of the property is the open plan kitchen/dining room, ideal for modern day living. This space is fantastic with direct access to the south west facing garden. There is easily space for 8-10 guests in the dining area and additional living space. A separate utility room with sink and pulley is also accessed from the kitchen.
Externally, there is a rear patio/bbq area and large front courtyard with outdoor store room.
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The open plan kitchen/dining room is superb with direct access to a garden. This is a rarely available ground and garden property which is immaculately presented. It even has its own bar!John Forsyth