Flat for Sale in Edinburgh

1 Bedroom | Offers Over £295,000

25/11 Bruntsfield Avenue, Edinburgh EH10 4EN

This exceptional one-bedroom, fourth/ top-floor Victorian flat boasts generous and versatile accommodation filled with character and period features, plus stunning open views, and access to a large, shared garden. Enviably located within the prestigious Marchmont, Meadows and Bruntsfield Conservation Area, walking distance from the city centre, and with independent local shops, eateries, and green spaces on the doorstep, it offers a perfect city home in this sought-after locale.

Accessed via a secure communal entry, a traditional stairwell leads to the upper floors. The private front door opens into a long reception hallway, with useful fitted storage. Here neutral décor frames soaring ceilings, with stripped-wood original floors, white-painted detailed architraves and panelled doors, classical features found throughout the accommodation.

The beautifully proportioned and elegant living room boasts ample room for a choice of comfortable lounge furniture. The soft contemporary décor enhances the majestic period features, including intricate cornice work and raised wood panelling. An impressive mantelpiece, with an open fireplace, creates an inviting focal point. Two deep-set sash and case windows are perfectly placed to frame the lovely rooftop views, stretching as far as the Firth of Forth. Accessed from here is a generously sized boxroom, ideal for storage, or alternatively a cosy, private study perfect for working from home.

The Shaker-inspired dining kitchen enjoys equally spacious proportions and a versatile floorplan, offering the ideal, sought after layout for relaxing, socialising and entertaining. A front-facing window features a delightful window seat for enjoying the superb Firth of Forth and sea views, whilst a seating area, framed by a charming original fireplace, offers an additional space for relaxing. Surrounding is an L-shaped configuration of clotted-cream coloured and glazed fitted cabinets, with delightful blue and white tiled splashbacks and a timber worktop. Incorporated are an integrated gas hob and oven, and space for a washing machine. A larder cupboard offers further storage and houses the fridge/freezer. A deep alcove, with a floral-themed feature wall, is a perfect space for a dining table and chairs, or alternatively a cosy snug.

The double bedroom enjoys ample floor space for freestanding furniture. Featuring muted contemporary décor, with delightful details including a decorative cornice and wrought iron fireplace, it also shares the same open outlook, promising a tranquil and airy atmosphere. Completing this exceptional flat is a traditionally styled family bathroom incorporating a bath with electric shower over, and a freestanding WC suite, enveloped within decorative blue and white tiling. Ensuring year-round warmth, the property benefits from gas central heating, and conservation double glazing. Outside, the beautifully maintained lawned communal rear gardens offer a tranquil outdoor city haven, and a perfect space for al-fresco entertaining. There is controlled residents' parking (Zone S3) in the immediate surrounding area.

Extras: All fitted floor coverings, light fittings, blinds, some curtains and the integrated appliances are included in the sale. The freestanding white goods and some furniture are available by separate negotiation. EPC Rating: D.

Bruntsfield, Edinburgh

Bruntsfield is one of Edinburgh's most fashionable and sought-after suburbs, situated just south-west of the city centre. Home to Edinburgh's café culture, Bruntsfield and neighbouring Morningside boast a fantastic array of coffee shops, bistros, and eateries, not to mention several fine dining restaurants, bars, and traditional pubs. For culture and nightlife, residents also have their pick of several arthouse cinemas, theatres, and galleries.

The excellent everyday amenities on Bruntsfield Place are supplemented with a Waitrose store and an M&S Food in Morningside. For sport and fitness enthusiasts, there are several gyms and studios nearby, including 24-hour facilities at nearby Quartermile.

  • Spacious and versatile top-floor flat

  • Part of traditional Victorian tenement

  • Sought-after conservation area

  • Abundant charm and period features

  • Secure communal entrance

  • Reception hallway with storage

  • Living room with stunning Firth of Forth views

  • Dining kitchen, with charming window seat to showcase Firth of Forth & sea views

  • Spacious double bedroom

  • Boxroom or alternatively cosy study