Gilmore Place is an attractive arterial street that sits between the Union Canal and Bruntsfield Place and gives ready access to Tollcross, Bruntsfield, The Meadows, Marchmont and Morningside.
Set-up and ready to go as a very lucrative investment opportunity with a potential return of 6% gross yield. Could also work as family accommodation due to the size.
Tollcross is rich in local amenities, offering a wide choice of local shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Tesco, Scotmid and Sainsbury’s all have a presence in the area.
There are several good schools nearby, including Tollcross Primary School, Boroughmuir, James Gillespie’s High School and George Heriot’s School. Edinburgh University, Napier University and the Edinburgh College of Art are easily accessible.
Leisure and recreational facilities are plentiful and include: the Odeon and Cameo cinemas; the King’s Theatre and; the Usher Hall. The green spaces of The Meadows and Bruntsfield Links and the Union Canal are all on the doorstep.
Tollcross is well served by public transport with frequent links to Princes Street, George Street, Bruntsfield and Morningside. Access to the City By-Pass, national motorway network, Waverley Railway Station and Edinburgh International Airport is easily achieved.
• A pristine, distinctive and picturesque Georgian sandstone four-bedroom terraced townhouse
• Situated on Gilmore Place, within the Marchmont, Meadows and Bruntsfield conservation area of central Edinburgh
• Either an irresistible family home, or offering the opportunity of letting as a very sound investment dwelling
• First floor south facing bay windowed living room
• Generously large twin windowed modern kitchen, large enough to fit a full-size dining table and chairs
• Four bedrooms, two shower rooms and a utility room
• Double glazed and gas fired central heating
Due to its blend of proportion, location and quality, 72A Gilmore Place lends itself to being an irresistible family home, while also offering the opportunity of being used as a very sound investment dwelling, as it has done in the past with HMO Licence.
Set back from the street by a small paved and gated yard, the front door opens into the hall and stair case to the upper floors. The hall has both a large walk-in utility cupboard, fitted with washing machine and drier units with a further under stair cupboard as well.
The naturally lit stairs and first floor landing allow direct access to all rooms. South facing and to the front of the house, the bay windowed living room is spacious, bright and comfortable. To the back of the house, there is a generously large twin windowed modern kitchen with a mixture of floor and wall mounted storage units, comprising both drawers and cupboards, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and a combination of built-in and slot-in appliances. The room will comfortably fit a large dining table and chairs, if required. There is a single bedroom that would also make a very suitable study or home office. A fashionable tiled shower room, with three-piece suite completes this floor.
The second floor has three double bedrooms and another tiled shower room. The house is both double glazed and has gas fired central heating.
Directly opposite the front door, there is permit parking available on Gilmore Place and 110 yds (0.1Km) up Gilmore Place is the left turning onto Leamington Terrace, where the majority of the parking is allocated to permit holders, as are the side streets off it. Applications for parking permits are made online to The City of Edinburgh Council and each household is allowed to apply for two permits; there is a surcharge on the second permit.
EPC: Band D
Council Tax: Band E
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Council Tax Band: E