So much love and thought has been put into this property that it makes it almost impossible to describe - simply stunning. This sophisticated first floor apartment has been beautifully decorated throughout and has a real quirky feel.
Offering three double bedrooms, wet room with a bath, and a fully-equipped open plan kitchen/living/dining room, with sofa bed. Guests have use of the decorative garden which has a seating area and night lighting.
The Corstorphine area of Edinburgh is located to the west of the City Centre and very close to the airport and Murrayfield Stadium. It retains a busy high street with many independent small shops.
Edinburgh Zoo is situated to the south-east of Corstorphine, and is the area's largest and most popular tourist attraction.
There are a number of local shops mostly located on St. John's Road and two supermarkets (Sainsbury's and Scotmid) located at the bottom of Corstorphine Hill on Clermiston Road.
Corstorphine has one of Scotland's best-preserved late medieval parish churches, Corstorphine Old Parish Church, with a short tower and spire and several well-preserved stone effigies of the local noble family, the Forresters of Corstorphine. The church of St Thomas houses a lively evangelical Episcopalian congregation.
Corstorphine Hill is one of the so-called "Seven Hills of Edinburgh".
Old Corstorphine stood on a piece of dry land, between two lochs a the Gogar Loch and Corstorphine Loch, though both have now been drained.