Edinburgh Property: Upper Fixer Mansion with Sprawling Private Land Hits Market

Most of Edinburgh‘s stunning mansions come with high-ceiling chandeliers, whirlpool tubs, and beautifully designed furnishings.

This property in Corstorphine, however, is something every real estate developer dreams of, with the exterior to draw people in and let the interior run wild.

The six-bedroom semi-detached house in the Corstorphine area is a Tudor-style semi-detached villa built in Edwardian times.

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It benefits from generous proportions of rooms throughout and would make an ideal family home.

The house comprises a welcoming entrance hall with storage cupboard under the stairs, a living room with picture window with ornate cornice and original fire frame, a large family room facing the front with a beautiful cornice and a bedroom double on the ground floor with window to the side and west aspect.



Inside, however, leaves a lot to be desired.

Further into the house there is a kitchen / diner with utility / storage areas and a downstairs WC with hand basin.

There are four spacious double bedrooms on the first floor, one of which has an en-suite shower room, a separate family bathroom and a staircase leads from the first floor to the attic, which has two further attic rooms offering excellent storage.



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The interior of this property leaves a lot to be desired.

The Chemin Saint-Jean the address would benefit from being refreshed and modernized to taste but has excellent potential.

It also has extensive private landscaped front and rear gardens as well as a long driveway leading to the garage.



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The back garden, with a bit of TLC, could be straight out of a fairy tale.

Marketed by DMD Law LLP, this magnificent house is on the market for offers over £ 750,000 which is quite the price to pay for the interior work that needs to take place.

You can view this property, and many others, on the ESPC website, here.

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