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64 Fountainhall Road is a wonderful example of a traditionally built detached stone built period villa circa 1880 with generous, versatile and well proportioned accommodation on two floors with driveway, garage and a superb, manicured garden. Located on a large corner plot, the house enjoys a south facing aspect and benefits from excellent levels of natural light. The house has been extremely well maintained and is presented in good order throughout. Much of the period detail has been retained including fireplaces, cornice work, window shutters and architraves. Notwithstanding the overall condition of the house today, an excellent opportunity now exists for a discerning buyer to reconfigure the accommodation to suit their own requirements and lifestyle.
The generous well proportioned family accommodation extends to about 4778sqft over two floors and boasts a fine reception hall and first floor landing, 3-4 principle public rooms, 5-6 spacious double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a shower room, cloakroom with WC, a large and well appointed kitchen breakfast room, a study, utility room, laundry room and a number of ancillary storage cupboards and a second separate WC to the rear at ground floor level.
The prestigious area of The Grange is located to the south of Edinburgh's city centre. Morningside and Bruntsfield are within easy reach providing excellent supermarkets including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Tesco in addition to many quality specialist retailers. Cameron Toll shopping centre is also nearby. The Grange is well placed for anyone working in the city or for the University of Edinburgh and the King's Buildings. Pleasant walks can be found at Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill offering panoramic views. Private and public golf courses are also within easy reach and swimming facilities can be found at the Royal Commonwealth Pool and Warrender Swim Centre. The Dominion Cinema and Churchill Theatre are also close by. Good bus services run to and from the city centre and there is easy access to the city bypass. There is an excellent choice of schooling in both the private and state sectors across the southside of the city including George Heriot's, George Watson's College, Merchiston Castle School, Sciennes school and James Gillespie's School.
The immaculate garden of about 0.4ac comprises sweeping lawns, an array of hearaceous and rose beds and borders and a number of impressive mature trees. A plan of the extent of the garden which is being marketed is shown within the brochure.
There is a short driveway for two cars and a single garage
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