Bellevue Terrace lies just east of the imposing Georgian period properties of Bellevue Crescent & Bellevue Place, part of a small collection of residential homes built by Millers in the 30's. It is a quiet, peaceful cul de sac and residents are extremely lucky to have so many amenities, literally on the doorstep. Plenty of buses and shops serve the locality (there is a Tesco Supermarket 10 mins') and of course, all city centre attractions are only a short stroll away.For leisure, The Royal Botanic gardens& Calton Hill provide some scenic walks. The property is a most attractive MID TERRACED VILLA and part of a quiet street of similar homes built in the 1930's. They are very popular because it provides that rare opportunity of residing in a house rather than a flat/apartment but still in the centre of town. It is modernised and has the benefit of a loft studio. There is gas central heating & double glazing, a garden and importantly, a driveway for parking.
At the front of the property.
Hall / Landing
small hall with staircase up; the landing has access via ramsay style ladder to studio / storage.
Sittingroom (4.98m x 3.48m)
Set to the front of the house and enjoying a pleasant aspect from the bay window; indeed looking to the right, there is a rather nice view towards the elegant Broughton St Mary's Church.# Gas fire, coving and deep walk-in cupboard.
Kitchen (4.47m x 1.98m)
a pane door leads into the kitchen which is to the rear ( back door to garden ); it is big enough to breakfast at one end, whilst the main working area has fitted units and sink at the window.
Bedroom 1 (3.58m x 3.51m)
A very good sized and comfortable double bedroom. It has fitted wardrobes. The bay window is a special feature.
Bedroom 2 (3.38m x 2.54m)
Quietly set to the rear.
Attic (4.24m x 3.91m)
Reached by ladder, the attic has a Skyight and is floored.
A luxurious bathroom fitted with three piece suite; shower above bath.
A driveway to the front. The rear garden is enclosed and easily maintained.