A UNIQUE one-bedroom apartment in Edinburgh has hit the market – but people have been overwhelmed by its price tag.
The quirky home, located in the Morningside area of the city, is for sale for more than £290,000.
The hotel, on the south side of Edinburgh, is within walking distance of the scenic Meadows and Blackford Hill.
But there is a catch – it is next to a row of car garages.
Owners will step directly into a spacious living room area that is brightly lit with a large window in the front next to the door.
This results in an open plan kitchen and dining area complete with hob, oven, hob, range hood, washing machine and fridge-freezer, all included in the sale. price.
The fully equipped kitchen is extremely modern with brown drawers and white drawers, and finished with a white marble back.
It comes complete with a gold handle and a gold faucet with gold chrome power sockets and light switches.
The bathroom, with a bathtub and overhead shower, is located behind the kitchen.
It is tiled floor-to-ceiling in white tile, with black faucets and fittings completing the look.
Further down the hallway, a door leads to a spacious bedroom at the back of the house with a large bay window.
The apartment is described as “perfectly presented” on the ESPC real estate agent website.
The property’s description reads: “This impeccably presented main door apartment is located in the always-desired Morningside district in the South of Edinburgh.
“This prime location offers great local shops and amenities, transport links to downtown and is within walking distance of Blackford Hill and Meadows.
Finished to a high standard, the home includes; an attractive open plan living/dining room leading to a modern kitchen with built-in appliances, a delightful double bedroom and stylish bathroom. with overhead shower.
“The property benefits from a driveway, electric heating and full double glazing.
“Included in this sale are stoves, ovens, hobs, range hoods, washing machines and fridge-freezers. Accessories are sold as shown and without warranty.”
However, locals have been overwhelmed by its hefty price tag – with many describing it as a “garage”.
Taking to Twitter, one said: “In Edinburgh, you can now live in a garage!”
Another added: “Prices in London…”
Another wrote: “garage of the day!”
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