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Plot 102, South Gilmerton Brae, Edinburgh EH17 8RZ


4 bedroom detached house
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4 Qty-bedrooms
£359,995

This comfortable, exciting home features a bay-windowed lounge which opens by double doors into the family area that extends into a practical, expertly planned kitchen, and French doors keep the whole space light and fresh. Upstairs, a cleverly shared shower room means three of the four bedrooms have en-suite facilities. The master bedroom benefits from ample storage, creating a tranquil haven to unwind.

Property Features:
  • Feature bay window
  • French doors
  • Open plan kitchen/family/breakfasting room
  • Flexible space for a home study
  • Feature double doors from lounge
  • Master bedroom en-suite
  • Jack and Jill en-suite to bedrooms 2/4
  • Single Garage
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Floorplan:

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4-5 Qty-bedrooms
Properties from £306,995

South Gilmerton Brae

Off Gilmerton Station Road
Edinburgh
EH17 8RZ

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South Gilmerton Brae is a small, peaceful development combining easy access into central Edinburgh with outstandingly convenient travel throughout the central belt and beyond. 

Gilmerton has good public transport connections with easy access to the wealth of historic and cultural attractions that Edinburgh offers. Buses on routes 11 and 31 stop a few minutes walk from the development, providing direct access to Morningside, Leith, Newington and Corstorphine as well as the city centre, and both have night services. Also, the development is just five minutes drive from the City Bypass, providing fast transit to the airport, Fife and the whole of the central belt. The new Royal Infirmary and the University campuses at King’s Buildings and Little France are all in easy reach. 

Midlothian Snowsports Centre and the Pentland Hills are nearby, and there are several green spaces within a few minutes walk such as Drum Park with its children’s playground and the Burdiehouse Burn Valley Local Nature Reserve where herons, dippers and woodpeckers can often be seen. There is a local shopping area at Drum Street, half a mile away, with Iceland and Lidl supermarkets and a large convenience store. The major retail park at Straiton, with its Sainsbury superstore, Argos and other national chains, can be reached via a pleasant half-hour walking route. 

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