3 Denham Green Place, Edinburgh, EH5 3PA
The stylishly presented end-of-terrace house is situated on a quiet residential road in the highly desirable neighbourhood of Trinity.
Arranged over three storeys, the five-bedroomed property features a bespoke Smallbone kitchen, statement wallpapers and design-led
fixtures and furnishings in a striking contemporary colour palette.
The Edwardian-era red-sandstone property benefits from recently installed windows as well as a wealth of charming period features including a decorative stained-glass window, ornate cornicework, sash and case windows, Edinburgh presses and a magnificent fireplace in the wonderfully bay-windowed sitting room.
The property offers well-proportioned and versatile accommodation and is presented to the market as an ideal family residence well suited for modern living in a tranquil leafy setting.
Situated in the Inverleith Conservation Area and lying just under two miles north of Edinburgh city’s centre, Trinity is hugely popular with families due to its proximity to well-regarded schools, a wide range of local amenities, leafy parks and easy access to the extensive off-road cycle and pathway network.
Director of Residential Sales
Property Details & Description
Summary of Accomodation
Entrance Vestibule, Entrance Hallway, Sitting Room, Open Plan Kitchen-Dining Room, Utility Room, WC Room, Hall Cloakroom, Three Hall Storage Cupboards, Rear Garden Access
Principal Bedroom, Double Bedroom & En-suite Bathroom, Two Further Double Bedrooms, Shower Room
Home Office, Extensive Attic Storage, Storage Cupboard, Built-in Bookcase, Shower Room, Double Bedroom Five
Front Garden with Mature Leafy Shrubbery, Secure Bicycle Shed & Small Patio Area, Rear Garden with Patio Area & Garden with Sun Terrace
Unrestricted Off-Street Parking
The handsome five-bedroom property features well-presented accommodation with an attractive combination of beautiful period features, and contemporary style and modern furnishings. The spacious accommodation is as follows:
Entrance Hall: Entry to the property is from the peaceful street via a decorative wrought-iron gate and a paved pathway that leads up to the classical front door with a stone lintel. This opens into a large entrance vestibule with an original tiled floor whilst an inner glass-panelled door leads into the elegant reception hall. On the left as you enter, there is an open cloakroom that features a beautiful stained-glass window. The hall has original wood flooring and offers plenty of storage solutions with an additional cloakroom, a shelved Edinburgh press and large deep under-stair cupboard.
Sitting Room: This stunning reception room has a wonderful bay window with working shutters and views of the exotic cordyline palm-like shrubbery in the front garden. Other highlights of this room are the impressive original fireplace with a carved wood mantel that houses a ‘living’ gas fire, the ornate cornicework and an Edinburgh press. This beautiful room has a stylish look with contemporary furniture and statement designer wallpaper.
Kitchen-Dining Room: This wonderful open plan space is divided into a dining room, with a double sash and case window and an Edinburgh Press, and the kitchen by a period decorative arch. The bespoke Smallbone kitchen has a chic country-style look with a purple-fronted Aga, with two cooking hobs and three ovens, as the focal point whilst there is a sash window behind the double sink with views overlooking the outdoor patio. The well-equipped kitchen features several integrated appliances including a NEFF microwave and Miele dishwasher as well as plenty of base and upper storage units. There is also a moveable central island with storage underneath that offers preparation space on the marble countertop.
Utility Room: This good-sized utility room has a wall of integrated storage units incorporating the Bosch washing machine, Bosch tumble dryer and Samsung fridge/freezer. There is also a traditional clothing drying pulley. Next to the back door, there is a stainless-steel sink with storage units below that sits in front of a sash window. To the rear of this room is a small grey-panelled WC room.
Staircase: An original staircase with wood ballustrade leads upstairs passing by a large window that enables plenty of natural light to flood into the hall and first floor landing.
Principal Bedroom: Mirroring the sitting room layout, this generously sized double room enjoy a wonderful peaceful outlook overlooking the front garden through a large bay window. The room also benefits from ornate cornicework and two walls of bespoke fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom Two & Three: There are two further good-sized double bedrooms; one overlooking the front of the house and has an Edinburgh Press whilst the other has a bespoke fitted wardrobe and overlooks the rear garden.
Bedroom Four: The fourth double bedroom has a sash window with views over the rear gardens. There is a walk-in wardrobe which accesses an additional storage cupboard with a safe. This room has an en-suite bathroom with partial tongue and grove panelling, a bath, wash basin, heated towel rail & WC.
Family Shower Room: This stylish modern all-tiled bathroom has a large walk-in shower, integrated wash basin unit with storage below and mirrored vanity cabinet above, an additional mounted cabinet, heated towel rail & WC.
Staircase: A further staircase leads up to a converted loft space which is currently used as a home office with one wall devoted to a built-in bookcase. The space has a Velux window and a storage cupboard that leads into an extensive under eaves attic.
Bathroom: There is an electric shower, wash basin & WC.
Bedroom 5: The spacious double bedroom has tongue and groove panelling, a built-in bookshelf, a bespoke double wardrobe, and natural light provided by a Velux window and an additional skylight. There is also access to more attic storage space.
Externally, the property sits on a secure and sheltered plot with front entry accessed via a wrought iron gate. A paved pathway leads up through the private front garden sheltered from the road by leafy shrubbery. There is a small patio seating area and a large secure storage shed on the left side of the path. The back door from the utility room opens into an outdoor patio with room for al fresco dining and seating area and leads to a triangular- shaped garden with a decked relaxation terrace at the far end.
Situated near to the Firth of Forth shoreline, Trinity is a highly sought-after residential area with lovely leafy streets and a thriving community spirit. It lies just two miles north of Edinburgh city centre and enjoys excellent bus and cycle path links to the city centre.
The area is well served with local amenities with an array of independent stores at Goldenacre as well as a Sainsbury’s Local on Craig Hall Road. Within close proximity, there is an Asda superstore at Newhaven and a M&S Food Hall in the Ocean Terminal shopping and entertainment complex, where you will also find a VUE cinema, restaurants, high-street shops, and The Royal Yacht Britannia visitor attraction. There is a farmer’s market every Saturday in nearby cosmopolitan Leith, where you will also find Michelin-starred restaurants, waterfront bars and cafes.
There are plenty of open green spaces nearby to enjoy including Lomond Park, which residents can apply for membership for a small annual fee, and the popular Victoria Park that has a large children’s play park and community tennis courts. There is a good range of recreational facilities such as Lomond Park Tennis & Bowling Club, the St Serf’s Tennis Club and the Pure Gym at Ocean Terminal. It is just a short walk to the picturesque Newhaven Harbour, where you will find several lovely seafood restaurants and a David Lloyd Leisure & Tennis Centre.
The extensive network of cycling and walking paths along the former disused train line is accessed from a pathway at the nearby South Trinity Bridge and these connect into cosmopolitan Stockbridge, Inverleith Park and Royal Botanic Garden in one direction and Leith in the other.
The property sits in the catchment area for Wardie Primary School and Trinity Academy whilst there is a many private schooling options nearby including Fettes College, Erskine Stewarts’ Melville Schools (ESMS) and The Edinburgh Academy.
There are good transport links on the doorstep with the number 23 bus providing a direct route to the city centre and there is an easy access to an extensive network of cycle paths. Trinity will also benefit from the extension of the city’s tramline to Leith and Newhaven when it is completed.
Proof and Source of Funds / Anti Money Laundering
Under the HMRC Anti Money Laundering legislation all offers to purchase a property on a cash basis or subject to mortgage require evidence of source of funds. This may include evidence of bank statements/funding source, mortgage, or confirmation from a solicitor the purchaser has the funds to conclude the transaction. All individuals involved in the transaction are required to produce proof of identity and proof of address. This is acceptable either as original or certified documents.
Fixtures and Fittings:
Only appliances specifically mentioned in the sales particulars are included in the sale price. In all other aspects the treatment of fixtures and fittings within the relevant Conveyancing Standard Clauses apply.
Gas central heating, mains water, gas and electricity, broadband, telephone (subject to telephone providers’ regulations).
Council Tax Band Category: G
By appointment through Rettie & Co, 11 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh EH3 6DH. Tel: 0131 220 4160.
1. The property is sold with all faults and defects, whether of condition or otherwise and neither the seller nor Rettie & Co, the selling agent, are responsible for such faults and defects, nor for any statement contained in the particulars of the property prepared by the said agent.
2. The Purchaser(s) shall be deemed to acknowledge that he has not entered contract in reliance on the said statements, that he has satisfied himself as to the content of each of the said statements by inspection or otherwise and that no warranty or representation has been made by the seller or the said agents in relation to or in connection with the property.
3. Any error, omission or mis-statement in any of the said statements shall not entitle the purchaser(s) to rescind or to be discharged from this contract, nor entitle either party to compensation or damages nor in any circumstances to give either party any cause for action.
Prepared January 2022 – First Issue