15/6 Comely Bank Avenue, Edinburgh, EH4 1EW

2
BED

1
PUBLIC

1
BATH

765
SQFT

An exceptional, spacious second floor apartment of considerable appeal, forming part of a traditional tenement, situated in the highly desirable Stockbridge area. The flat boasts many original features, with wooden floors, stunning cornicing and roses on the high ceilings, and a servant’s bell in the living room. The property is placed perfectly for access to the city centre, whilst also offering great access to green spaces such as Inverleith park.

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Fraser Wardhaugh
 Sales Negotiator

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Laura Mathieson
 Valuer

 
 
 
 

Property Details & Description

Accommodation – Second floor

 

Hallway, master bedroom, living room/dining room, bathroom, second bedroom, kitchen, storage cupboard

 

Outside space

Well maintained shared garden.

On-street Parking is available by permit.

Situation

 

Comley Bank Avenue is an impressive, wide street of handsome Victorian tenement buildings sweeping uphill from Comley Bank Road towards the West End. 

 

Located in a highly desirable residential area, Comely Bank Avenue is located just a short walk from both Edinburgh city centre’s business, financial and shopping districts, and nearby Stockbridge, renowned for its village atmosphere, independent shops, cafes and thriving weekly food market. The area is surrounded by green open spaces and excellent leisure facilities with Inverleith Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Westwoods Health Club, The Edinburgh Sports Club, Edinburgh Academicals Rugby Club, The Grange Cricket Club, the Dean Bowling and Tennis Clubs all within walking distance.

 

The Water of Leith walkway which connects directly with the city’s extensive off-road path network, providing scenic walks and cycling routes is also easily accessible.  There is a Waitrose a few minutes’ walk away on Comely Bank Road and the Craigleith Retail Park, including a Sainsbury’s supermarket, Marks & Spencer and a variety of high street shops, is a five-minute drive away.

 

Several of Edinburgh’s finest schools are in close proximity including Fettes College, Erskine Stewart’s Melville Schools, The Edinburgh Academy, St George’s School for Girls, Flora Stevenson’s Primary School and Broughton High School.

 

The city bypass, Edinburgh Airport and central Scotland’s motorway network are readily accessible with nearby Queensferry Road providing a direct route westward out of the city. Haymarket station is within walking distance and the area is well-served by the city’s bus network.

 

 

Description

 

The flat retains many charming features; the living room boasting remarkably detailed cornicing, an immaculate wood floor and a stunning fireplace, all complimenting its sweeping layout. The large bay window floods the room with natural light and overlooks the pretty cobbled streets below.

 

Adjacent to the living room lies the kitchen, finished in contemporary fashion with modern tiling, a gas hob and electric oven. The hallway also has a storage cupboard, perfect for storing household utilities.

 

The master bedroom, placed on the garden side of the property, benefits from an abundance of natural light thanks to the generous window. Its situation gives the room a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.

 

The second bedroom is also spacious, with a large window giving a commanding view of the beautifully maintained garden below. The room has ample storage thanks to the integrated wardrobes and cupboards, whilst also offering plentiful space for a king-sized bed and free-standing storage.

 

The bathroom is generously proportioned, with a dark stone floor, a shower bath and a translucent window brightening the room whilst keeping privacy.

 

With great access to the city centre, characterful original features, and an expansive layout this property is perfectly suited to a wide range of personal requirements.

 
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General Remarks:

Proof and Source of Funds / Anti Money Laundering

Under the HMRC Anti Money Laundering legislation all offers to purchase a property on a cash basis or subject to mortgage require evidence of source of funds. This may include evidence of bank statements/funding source, mortgage or confirmation from a solicitor the purchaser has the funds to conclude the transaction. All individuals involved in the transaction are required to produce proof of identity and proof of address. This is acceptable either as original or certified documents.

 

Fixtures and Fittings:

Only electrical appliances specifically mentioned in the sales particulars are included in the sale price. In all other aspects the treatment of fixtures and fittings within the relevant Conveyancing Standard Clauses apply.

                   

Services:

Gas central heating, mains water, gas and electricity, broadband, telephone (subject to telephone providers’ regulations.)

                   

Postcode:

EH4 1EW

                   

Outgoings:

Council Tax Band Category:  D

                   

EPC: C

                   

Viewing:

By appointment through Rettie & Co, 11 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh EH3 6DH. Tel: 0131 220 4160. 

                   

 

Misrepresentations:

1. The property is sold with all faults and defects, whether of condition or otherwise and neither the seller nor Rettie & Co, the selling agent, are responsible for such faults and defects, nor for any statement contained in the particulars of the property prepared by the said agent.

 

2. The Purchaser(s) shall be deemed to acknowledge that he has not entered into contract in reliance on the said statements, that he has satisfied himself as to the content of each of the said statements by inspection or otherwise and that no warranty or representation has been made by the seller or the said agents in relation to or in connection with the property.

 

3. Any error, omission or mis-statement in any of the said statements shall not entitle the purchaser(s) to rescind or to be discharged from this contract, nor entitle either party to compensation or damages nor in any circumstances to give either party any cause for action.

 

Particulars prepared September 2021 – First Issue