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Woodstock is an extremely impressive detached house dating from around 1937. Set well back from the main road and accessed via a private driveway, the house is surrounded by delightful mature gardens both to front and rear and offers ...
Woodstock is an extremely impressive detached house dating from around 1937. Set well back from the main road and accessed via a private driveway, the house is surrounded by delightful mature gardens both to front and rear and offers spacious and flexible accommodation over two floors.
The property is entered via an entrance vestibule leading to a welcoming hallway, which gives access to the ground floor accommodation. Located off the hallway are the main reception rooms, including a spacious drawing room with bay window, sitting room with door to the front garden, formal dining room and breakfasting kitchen with useful utility room. A porch off the kitchen offers a separate side entrance to the house. There is an under stairs storage cupboard and downstairs WC. Carpeted stairs lead to the upper landing, off which are a spacious master bedroom with bay window, three further double bedrooms, fifth bedroom/study, modern family bathroom and separate shower room. The floored attic provides excellent storage and could be converted subject to the necessary permissions being obtained.
Externally the property benefits from a private driveway with parking for several vehicles and a substantial detached garage. There are well-maintained gardens to the front, mainly laid to lawn with colourful borders and a small patio area with space for a table and chairs. Mature shrubs and trees add extra privacy. To the rear is a delightful mature garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, with a mixture of shrubs, trees and ornamental borders, and a hedgerow offering shelter and seclusion. There is a large shed and a greenhouse.
Gamekeepers Road is a prestigious address in the heart of the residential suburb of Cramond, located to the north west of Edinburgh city centre. The area is extremely popular with families, with its historic village and harbour, beach promenade and leafy walks along the River Almond, as well as its close proximity to a number of well-regarded schools including Cramond Primary, Cargilfield School and an excellent local nursery at Cramond Kirk. Further local and private schooling is available at nursery, primary and secondary level, all within easy reach. Leisure pursuits can be enjoyed at the Cramond Boat Club, whilst the Bruntsfield Links, Royal Burgess and Silverknowes Golf Clubs are all close by. There is useful local shopping within the vicinity as well as retail parks at both Craigleith and The Gyle.
The area has excellent transport links with Edinburgh Airport, The Forth Road Bridge and the Central Scotland motorway network easily accessible by car, as is Edinburgh city centre, which is also linked by a frequent bus service and the Edinburgh Cycle Path network.