Royal View is a fabulous new factored and lift served development, completed in 2021 by Living by Robertson, a renowned Edinburgh based development company, named Scottish Housebuilder of the Year (Under 100 units) for the third year in a row.
• Top floor, genuinely spacious, three-bedroom apartment in the Royal View development
• Royal View is a fabulous new factored and lift served development, completed in 2021
• Located in the rapidly developing Western Harbour area of hugely favoured Leith.
• Generous modern living/kitchen area, with dual aspect windows
• Juliet balcony within the living space
• Contemporary fully equipped ergonomic kitchen
• Spacious utility room
• Principal bedroom with built-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room
• Stylish second and third double bedrooms
• Separate bathroom
• Energy efficient gas central heating
• Double glazing and high standard heat and sound insulation
• Communal satellite system and wired broadband
• Secure door entry and lift access
• Allocated parking and secure bike storage
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Finished to exacting standards, with an exemplary Home Report, this top floor (fourth), genuinely spacious (115.39 m2) three-bedroom apartment is in the well supervised and rapidly developing Western Harbour area of hugely favoured Leith.
Providing a high standard of luxury and noteworthy size, this is a rare opportunity to purchase an ideal modern home.
The apartment shares a communal open green area and has its own allocated parking space and bicycle storage. There is a secure entry system into the shared foyer and each floor can be accessed either by lift or stair.
The apartment’s inviting central hall borrows natural light from the living area, provides a large cupboard and offers access to all rooms. The light and airy, east facing, living area, and adjoining kitchen occupy the entire length of the apartment. Complimented by a Juliet balcony with a plate glass guard, overlooking the harbour’s basin and a second large window, the living area can easily accommodate large defined spaces for sitting and dining. The bespoke kitchen has matte navy finished wall and floor units with down lit white marble-effect worktops, and high-quality integrated appliances including an oven, hob, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer. A useful utility room houses the washing machine and allows additional storage.
All three double bedrooms are west facing and have three-quarter height windows. The main bedroom has a built-in wardrobe with sliding doors and an en-suite shower room with large format ceramic tiling, three-piece suite, including a thermostatic shower and heated towel rail. There are a further two double bedrooms, one of which has a built-in wardrobe and the other is currently used as a comfortable home office/study. Lastly, there is a semi tiled, naturally lit bathroom with three-piece suite; the bath has a combination shower tap.
The apartment is double glazed and has energy efficient gas central heating. It also has a communal satellite system and wired broadband.
A monthly factoring fee of £74.34 is paid to Fior Asset Management for all maintenance and upkeep, including lifts, grounds, communal areas and building insurance.
There is a 10 – year NHBC warranty in place, with approximately 8 years remaining. An NHBC warranty is a guarantee for new build homes and are issued by the National House-Building Council and are taken out by the builders who construct the new property. Living By Robertson, the developers, are also responsible for any issues arising for the first 2 years since the development was fully handed over - this time expires around April 2024.
In June 2023, the new extension to the Edinburgh Tram’s cross city system connected Leith and Newhaven, via Leith Walk, to the former terminus on York Place, and consequently the new Newhaven terminus stop is close to Royal View, Sandpiper Drive.
Leith is the iconic, cosmopolitan, and very popular port area of Edinburgh and is a thriving part of the city. The modern and traditional mix of buildings contributes to Leith’s charm and consequent appeal. It is a high amenity area with a wide selection of convenience and specialist shopping, with the additional benefit of a Sainsbury’s on Leith Walk, a Tesco superstore on Duke Street and an ASDA at Sandpiper Drive.
Local schools, within catchment, include Victoria Primary School, Trinity Primary School, Trinity Academy and Holy Cross (RC) Primary School so it is ideal for budding families.
There is a huge choice of restaurants, bistros, and bars. Ocean Terminal Shopping Mall and home to the Royal Yacht, Britania, designed by Sir Terence Conran, is about 1 mile distant and provides a wide selection of high street retailers, as well as fashionable eateries and a multiplex cinema and gym.
Locally, a David Lloyd Leisure Club and an Alien Rock Climbing Centre provide recreation and exercise resources. There are also access points to the city’s cycle path network and the Water of Leith walkway, within the locality.
The city centre is approximately 3 miles away and is served by frequent public transport services. Ferry Road offers the area a genuine advantage in terms of access to Edinburgh International Airport, the Queensferry Crossing and the central motorway network. The A1 is also within a short drive leading to East Lothian and the South.
Council Tax Band: E