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20/04/2020

Property Spotlight on… Davidsons Mains

Davidsons Mains, at one time a village in its own right,  is a popular residential area some three miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. It is now a suburb of Edinburgh but still retains a feeling of its traditional character.

The neighbourhood of Davidsons Mains offers a range of housing and property, ranging from traditional village cottages and flats to modern family developments.

Local shopping at the heart of the village includes Tesco Metro, Boots, Post Office, and banking facilities. Also nearby is Craigleith Retail Park, with both Sainsbury and Marks & Spencer supermarkets as well as several other High Street stores.

Schooling nearby, both state and independent, is well represented from nursery to senior level.

Regular public transport services operate into Edinburgh and surrounding districts and the main commuting routes, including the M8, M9, Forth Road Bridge and Edinburgh International Airport, are also easily accessible.

Watermans Legal are delighted to market, 44 Corbiehill Crescent in a popular cul-de-sac.

This well presented, two double bedroom, upper villa with private garden and driveway is currently on the market for Offers Over £265,000. A real gem and with potential for attic conversion this property, this property has a wide appeal for young professionals, families or investors.

Watermans Legal Estate Agent, Jacquie Sandison says “Davidsons Mains, with its wonderful sense of community, is a great place to live. The property at Corbiehill Crescent offers a spacious space and with two double bedrooms and potential to build and additional room in the attic, this property could be ideal for a growing family as the local primary school is close by.

“The private garden to the rear is south facing and the summer house is to be included in the sale. The property also benefits from a private driveway.”

To arrange a viewing or a free market appraisal of your home call Jacquie Sandison on 0131 467 5566 or email jacquiesandison@watermanslegal.co.uk


Posted by Lisa Boyle