Offers Over £379,000
107 Caroline Terrace, Corstorphine, Edinburgh
    3 bedroom bungalow for sale
    Viewings by appointment with Ballantynes 0131 459 2222

    Please note that this property is to be repainted throughout (incl. doors and window frames where applicable) and recarpeted so that the property is ready to move into for the perspective purchaser.

    • Opportunity to purchase a desirable Mid-20th Century extended three-bedroom, semi-detached bungalow
    • Excellent enhancement potential
    • Located on a quiet and attractive street in Corstorphine, two miles West of Edinburgh city centre
    • Accommodation comprises: vestibule, hall, living room, kitchen, utility room, two double bedrooms, third bedroom/second living room, two shower rooms, conservatory, and attic room
    • Gas fired central heating and double glazing
    • Integrated single garage and off-street parking
    • Front garden and well-established and maintained back garden

    This sale represents an infrequent opportunity to purchase a very desirable and spacious bungalow with excellent enhancement potential in a prime residential district of Edinburgh.

    Built in the mid-20th Century and set under a tiled roof with brick and rendered walls, 107 Caroline Terrace is a three-bedroom, semi-detached bungalow and, due to subsequent extension, is now set on two levels and located on a quiet and attractive street in Corstorphine, two miles to the West of Edinburgh city centre. Caroline Terrace can be approached from either Clermiston Road or Drum Brae South; both roads connect Queensferry Road to St. Johns Road.

    The bungalow has a front garden and is therefore set back from the street. The front door opens into a vestibule that in turn leads into the hall that borrows natural light from the attic above, making it bright and welcoming. The living room has a large window overlooking the front garden and can accommodate both sitting and dining areas. The kitchen adjoins the living room and has a mass of both floor and wall mounted storage, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and a combination of integrated and slot-in appliances.

    The kitchen leads through to the extension’s hall, via a short flight of stairs. The hall has fitted cupboards and access to a plumbed utility room that houses the washing machine and drier, one of two shower rooms and either a third bedroom or, alternatively, an additional sitting room. This room gives access to the centrally heated conservatory, thus giving it the luxury of all year use.

    Within the original bungalow, there are two double bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a southerly aspect with views of the Pentlands. Both bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and additional storage. There is a second naturally lit shower room.

    A Ramsay ladder gives access from the hall to the attic space that is floored and has been converted into a very useful room with the addition of a Velux widow, built-in cupboards, and eaves storage. The gas fired central heating boiler is also housed here. The bungalow is double glazed.

    There is a single integrated garage with electric roller door and driveway parking in front of it. The well-established back garden is primarily paved and graveled with interspersed planting of shrubs and plants.

    Corstorphine is an amenity rich and easily accessible part of Edinburgh, two miles west of the city centre, sitting between Queensferry Road and St. Johns Road.

    There is a good choice of local shops on Corstorphine High Street and St, John’s Road, a large 24/7 Tesco Extra superstore just off Glasgow Road and the Gyle Shopping Centre, with its multitude of high street stores, including an M&S and a Morrisons, is only two miles away.

    There are a variety of good amenities nearby including St Margaret’s Park and its tennis courts, the David Lloyd Club, golf courses at Ravelston and Murrayfield, Murrayfield Stadium and Ice Rink and Edinburgh Zoo is on the doorstep. Corstorphine Hill is within walking distance; one of the seven hills of Edinburgh, it is s a silvan area with numerous walks and marvelous views of Edinburgh.

    There is a wide selection of good schools to choose from in both the state and private sectors. Within the catchment area, primary schools include: Corstorphine Primary School and Fox Covert RC and secondary schooling at Craigmount High. In addition, many of the private sector schools such as ESMS, Fettes College and St. George’s School for Girls are all within easy reach.

    Edinburgh’s West End and city centre are easily accessed using the excellent bus service and the Haymarket Hub proximate. There is direct road access westwards towards the City Bypass, Edinburgh International Airport and the motorway links to the North, South and West.

    Tenure: Freehold
    Council Tax: Band F
    EPC: Band D

    Council Tax Band: F
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS1498

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