Sitting on Ardmillan Terrace, where Gorgie and Dalry meet. Plot 42 is ideally positioned to take advantage of all these areas have to offer. This newly built second floor flat lies within AMA’s Springwell development and has been designed with your practicality and comfort in mind.
Internally the flat comprises of an entrance hallway with plenty of storage to keep bits and bobs out of sight. Off the hallway on the left is the bedroom complete with soft carpets and a fitted wardrobe. The large window provides an abundance of natural light .
Next to the bedroom is the bathroom complete with modern tiles, mirrors and white sanitary ware. The large bath has a shower overhead.
The hallway flows into the bright and airy kitchen/living room. The kitchen has been designed to give you a lot of space to prepare food and store all your utensils and groceries. The room offers plenty of space for a dining table and living room furniture.
Area and development:
Springwell is the latest offering by award winning Scottish developers AMA Homes. Sitting in beautifully landscaped grounds where three Edinburgh areas of Dalry, Gorgie and Ardmillan converge. Springwell is ideally placed to take advantage of all Edinburgh has to offer.
AMA have revitalised this long neglected site, restoring the landmark grade C listed building at its heart and creating 48 superb new homes: 35 apartments, 5 duplexes, 2 lodge houses and 6 townhouses.
The grounds provide parking for 38 vehicles and there is an extensive bike store for those wishing to utilise Edinburgh’s ever expanding cycle network.
Springwell sits to the west of the city centre and benefits from an abundance of bus services to take you into the centre of town and beyond. A 5 minute drive or 15 minute walk to Haymarket from where you can access the national rail network and Edinburgh’s trams which can take you out west to the airport or east to the end of the city centre and in the future to Leith.
Edinburgh Airport, Edinburgh Bypass and the M8 to Glasgow are a twenty minute drive away and in 30 mins you can be driving across the bridges northward to Fife, Perth and beyond to the Scottish highlands.
The nearby Union Canal offers a range of leisure activities including rowing, kayaking and paddleboarding. The towpath along the canal is a wonderful route to use to stretch your legs whether that be by jogging, walking or cycling.
Gorgie and Dalry are packed full of coffee shops, eateries and independent grocery stores. If you see yourself as a chef, you will love having a range of international supermarkets on your doorstep as well as bakeries green grocers and butchers. Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Co-op are all within a 10 minute walk for the bigger weekly shops.
Gorgie is also a hub for leisure activities with a local swimming pool on the nearby Caledonian Crescent and Fountainpark which offers restaurants, Nuffield health centre, bowling alley, trampoline park, casino and arcade. There are 8 golf courses within a 15 minute drive and if watching football or rugby is your thing, Tynecastle and Murrayfield are a quick walk away.
There are good local state schools – Tynecastle High School is 3 minutes away – and Springwell is well positioned for the city’s highly-regarded private schools.
Trust the developers
AMA Homes have been setting the gold standard for rescuing, restoring and reimagining period properties. For 35 years they have collected national industry awards for the design, quality and finish of their developments.
At Springwell, the juxtaposition of old and new is interconnected and this beautifully illustrates AMA’s approach to award winning development.