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Hall (9.11m x 1.33m - 30' x 4'4")
Running virtually the full length of the flat, the oak-floored hall has attractive overhead and floor-level lighting.
Open-plan kitchen/living room (7.85m x 3.78m - 25'9" x 12'5")
This is a superb, modern-looking, oak-floored space with double French doors facing west, giving access to the stylish, decked garden with its mesmerising rock-hewn water feature.
The living area, which focuses around a large modern, log-effect gas fire, has a big leather sofa for lounging, a number of leather/suede cubes and an expandable dining table which can seat up to six. It is equipped with flat-screen LCD TV, set-top box (giving access to all Freeview channels), DVD player/recorder and Broadband WiFi internet connection. The subtle lighting is controlled by dimmer switches.
The cleverly-lit kitchen area has an extensive set of contrasting aluminium and white fitted units with granite and solid oak work surfaces. There is a stainless steel, six-ring professional range with oven and extractor hood, as well as a dishwasher, refrigerator and separate freezer. Accessories include microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle and toaster.
Master Bedroom with en-suite shower room (4.22m x 4.16m – 13'10" x 13'8")
Remarkably light and quiet, this very spacious bedroom is furnished with a vast custom-made super king-size double bed. It is fitted with wooden Venetian blinds and heavy curtains, along with a spacious wardrobe and chest-height chest-of-drawers. It has its own en-suite shower room with a highly efficient shower, wash-hand basin and WC.
Second Bedroom (4.08m x 2.93m – 13'5" x 9'7")
Situated to the rear of the property, with its own access to the garden, this light and airy room benefits from a comfortable king-size double bed and a large walk-in wardrobe.
Bathroom (2.29m x 1.65m – 7'6" x 5'5")
The stylish L-shaped bathroom, located off the entrance corridor, has Italian grey stone tiles contrasted by a large, white, deep bathtub with overhead shower, and matching WC and wash-hand basin, as well as a good shaft of daylight through a frosted-glass window.
The garden represents this apartment’s best hidden asset. Mostly decked and therefore very low-maintenance, its unusual, soothing rock water feature is the centrepiece. This space comes into its own in the spring and summer months, since, unlike so many New Town gardens it actually gets quite a lot of sun, especially in the late afternoons and evenings. Being west-facing, with no towering buildings to block the sun’s rays, it is a rare retreat in this part of Edinburgh. Throughout the year, however, the inspired outdoor lighting makes this tranquil terrace an inspired addition to the property.