£550,000 Offers over

44 Sciennes Road Grange

Edinburgh
  • property-icon-bedrooms3 Bedrooms
  • property-icon-bathrooms1 Bathroom

Features

  •  An enviable and exclusive property.  
  •  Bursting with potential
  •  Charming appeal with endless possibilities 
  • great floor plan
  • Move in Condition
  • Rare find
  • South Facing Rear Garden
  • The garden blends beautifully with the natural features of this home
  • The imposing staircase really makes a statement
  • Timeless architectural elegance

Property Details

CLOSING DATE 19 Aug 21 @ 12.00 noon CHARMING APPEAL, ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES.

Nestled on a leafy street within the exclusive conservation area of The Grange, this traditional, stone-built detached cottage enjoys one of Edinburgh’s most tranquil residential settings and most sought-after city postcodes. On the doorstep of vibrant Morningside and Bruntsfield, and close to scenic open green space, the three-bedroom home exudes charm and character throughout and boasts elegantly proportioned interiors and retained period features, plus a delightful, south-facing rear garden.

 

Approached via a pathway through the gated front garden, the main door opens into a vestibule, leading into an inviting reception hall (with storage) setting the scene for the characterful, traditional interiors to follow. To the right of the hall, a living room is brimming with period charm and original features, including a sash-and-case bay window, a focal point fireplace, a lofty ceiling with smooth cornicing detail, and a traditional picture rail. The comfortable reception area flows openly towards the rear of the property, where a further delightful living space is arranged around a second-period fireplace, flanked by an Edinburgh Press, and enjoys pleasant rear garden views. Conveniently connected, a sunny kitchen (with garden access) provides ample cabinet storage and workspace, and is equipped with a freestanding cooker, a washing machine, and a fridge/freezer. Returning back to the hall, a dining room awaits, mirroring the charming period details of the living accommodation and promising a perfect setting for family meals and entertaining or, alternatively, a third double bedroom. Completing the ground-floor is a spacious, modern wet room, enveloped in marble-effect aqua panelling and accommodating a WC-suite and vanity storage. Upstairs, a landing (with eaves access) leads to two well-proportioned double bedrooms, both extended by bay windows, set with original fireplaces, and accompanied by built-in cupboards. The principal bedroom enjoys a versatile, walk-in dressing room with storage. The home is kept warm by gas central heating.

 

Externally, the home sits within beautifully maintained private gardens. The secluded, south-facing rear garden boasts a manicured lawn, a wonderful array of established shrubs and trees, and comes with a timber-frame garden store. Controlled parking is available in the area with a residents’ permit (Zone 7).

 

Owner’s Comments

‘The cottage has been a delightful home with its traditional character and ambience and its quiet, yet convenient, city setting. Many a pleasant afternoon has been spent entertaining friends around one of the cosy period fireplaces or whiling the hours away in the tranquil, south-facing garden.’ 

 

 

 

 

 

The Grange, Edinburgh

 

Characterised by grand Victorian architecture and tranquil, leafy streets, the exclusive conservation area of The Grange has long been one of the capital’s most sought-after residential postcodes. The Grange has retained the quaint, relaxed ambience of a small town, yet is an easy stroll from Morningside or Bruntsfield, which provide outstanding day-to-day services and amenities. Bustling Morningside Road is home to a vibrant blend of independent retailers and high-street stores, cafés, pubs and restaurants, plus high-end supermarkets. Residents of The Grange have access to a rich local arts and culture scene, including live music and theatre at the Church Hill Theatre, an independent cinema and a selection of galleries and boutiques. The area also offers fantastic sport and fitness opportunities, including the nearby Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill Nature Reserve, where you can enjoy scenic riverside walks, hillside trails and unrivalled views of the capital. The Grange is within the catchment area for well-regarded primary and secondary schooling and is also ideally placed for access to some of the finest independent schools in the country. The area is served by excellent public transport links, offering fast and frequent routes across the capital, day and night.

Contact Home Sales to arrange a viewing.

EPC rating: E.

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