Positioned opposite a lovely vast park, this two-bedroom semi-detached villa offers generous proportions, swathes of natural light and extensive outdoor space. Brimming with potential and ripe for a little upgrading, the property provides scope for extension to the side and/or rear, as well as a large loft with conversion potential.
Nestled in an established residential area in popular Clermiston, the property is set behind a neat front garden framed by a box hedge. Welcoming you into the home is the exceptionally bright central hallway. On the left the vast reception room extends the full length of the property and is flooded with light from dual-aspect windows. The room allows for various lounge and dining configurations to be set around a feature fireplace. Accessed from the sitting room, and with a door to the east-facing garden, the kitchen is fitted with ample storage and worktop space and is supplemented by a handy pantry. Also on ground floor level is a three-piece bathroom comprising a shower-over-bath, inset hand basin with storage below and a toilet.
Returning to the hall and ascending the stair, the bright upper landing benefits from a window, flooding it with natural light and accommodates two well-proportioned double bedrooms. Bathed in light from dual-aspect windows, the larger bedroom features a fitted wardrobe, while the other is supplemented by a generous built-in cupboard. Accessed via a hatch is the aforementioned loft, which offers potential for conversion, subject to the relevant planning permission. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
To the front of the property is a well-kept garden and a gated driveway. The rear, east-facing garden enjoys an area of patio – perfect for dining outdoors – as well as a vast lawn, and space for clothes drying.
Situated west of the city centre and just north of Corstorphine, Clermiston is a popular choice among families and young professionals owing to its excellent local services and amenities, well regarded catchment schools and convenient transport links. The leafy residential area has no shortage of public parks and green spaces, such as Hillwood Park and Corstorphine Hill, as well as Drum Brae Park, which is home to Drum Brae Leisure Centre. Golf enthusiasts are equally spoilt for choice, with a number of prestigious golf courses nearby. Residents of Clermiston enjoy ideal local services and amenities right on their doorstep, as well as extensive retail facilities at nearby Corstorphine Retail Park and Craigleith Retail Park. Clermiston is within the catchment area for Clermiston Primary School and The Royal High Secondary School. Clermiston offers swift and easy access to Edinburgh Airport, the Forth Road Bridge and the M8/M9 motorway network, as well as fantastic public transport links travelling across the city, day and night. HOME REPORT �220,000. EPC RATING D.