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by Chris Fairbairn

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Image 32 view of property down driveway WEBSet at the end of its own quiet tree-lined driveway, this artfully renovated semi-detached Trinity property is primed to become an ideal family home.

The four bedroom home at 23c Stanley Road is a perfect example of meticulous and tasteful modernisation, resulting in a quiet retreat in a prime urban spot.

Located just a short walk from the Edinburgh city centre, the property is on the market through award Image 6 dining 1 WEBwinning Scottish Estate Agency, Gilson Gray Property, for offers over £450,000.

The airy and modern transformation is characterised by the homes’ standout feature – the vast double doors which open into the back garden, creating a seamless indoor/outdoor living space, filling the
bright dining room and contemporary country-chic kitchen with natural light.

Clever use of double doors continues elsewhere in the property, with a semi-open plan layout achievable thanks to new bi-fold doors – giving the opportunity to either open the lounge into the dining room or to maintain a more traditional layout.

Image 30 rear exterior 1 WEBRob McGregor, from Gilson Gray Property Services said: “This modern, four bedroom property in a highly sought after area really would make the perfect family home, also becoming a city haven after a long day at work.

“The home is a credit to those that undertook its renovation, with quirky features helping make the most of the abundance of natural light throughout the home.

“Trinity is known to be a quiet area, and that is emphasised by the attractive and peaceful driveway – but paired with all Edinburgh’s attractions being situated nearby, it truly makes for the best of both worlds.”
The ground floor also benefits from a large double bedroom and stylish and recently refurbished downstairs bathroom.Image 13 kitchen 3 WEB

The upstairs accommodates three further bedrooms, including a stand-out master bedroom with triple window and woodland views.

Flexibility is also offered to the buyer, with planning permission already in place to connect the main home with its detached garage, which has been converted into a large family room with two large skylights. The space also makes an ideal home office complete with broadband.

The property’s location means that potential homebuyers could enjoy easy access to the Forth Road Bridge, City Bypass and the M8 to Glasgow, making commuting fast and convenient, as well as regular bus services to the city centre and beyond. Trinity is also renowned for its outstanding schools including Trinity Primary and Trinity Academy, both within walking distance.

Viewings are available on request.

To learn more about the property or to register an interest, contact Rob McGregor at Gilson Gray’s Edinburgh Office at 29 Rutland Square on 0131 516 5366.


 

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Chris Fairbairn of Scottish public relations agency, Holyrood PR in Edinburgh

Chris Fairbairn

Chris Fairbairn is a PR account manager with award-winning public relations agency Holyrood Partnership. He is part of an expert PR team delivering PR services to a wide range of clients from headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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