Property For Sale | Greenbank Edinburgh | 3 Morham Lea EH10 | 5 Bedroom Family Home for sale
3, Morham Lea, Greenbank, Edinburgh, EH10 5GL
A prestigious Edinburgh Greenbank Property in the peaceful and prestigious countryside surroundings of Greenbank Village, yet in the heart of Morningside, & Edinburgh City.
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Greenbank Village, a modern and well managed development that was built in 2002 on the grounds of the former City Hospital.
As Edinburgh Property, Greenbank is a popular residential area on the south side of Edinburgh and enjoys an abundance of great local walks and runs. Whether around Blackford Hill, the Braids, the Hermitage, Craiglockhart or Braidburn, a multitude of trails are close at hand.
Go a couple of miles further south and you can easily lose yourself all day on longer treks around the Pentland Hills (a 90sq km Regional Park that runs for 32km in length with over 100kms of waymarked routes).
MorningsideNearby Morningside is a pleasant walk away and hosts great social amenities including numerous shops, bars, restaurants, a library, health centre, chemist, a post office, banking facilities and a cinema. There is a Waitrose supermarket here, along with a Marks & Spencer Food Hall and a Sainsbury’s Local.Needless to say, there are many golf courses nearby which welcome visitors, the nearest being the Merchants of Edinburgh course, which is less than half a mile down the road from Edinburgh property Greenbank & Morham Lea
From the end of the street, hop on the 23 bus and it will get you into Princes St in the City Centre of Edinburgh in about 20 minutes.
Other bus routes nearby include the 36, 5, 11, 15 and 16, so there’s plenty of great options to get around the city right within walking distance of Morham Lea – a perfect Edinburgh property, Greenbank.
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