20 Seaforth Drive Edinburgh, EH4 2BZ


An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this highly desirable five-bedroom detached house which sits in an excellent plot at the end of the street, making for an ideal family home while being well located within the popular Blackhall area of Edinburgh. Viewing of this property is highly recommended.

Internally this accommodation is in need of complete renovation, while briefly consisting of;

Ground Floor: entrance hallway, lounge with door to the garden, a large family/dining room, kitchen, with access to the rear garden, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3

First Floor: landing with two further double bedrooms and a shower room. The views from the upstairs are stunning!

There is additional storage space in the eves and small attic.

Bedroom 4 and view
Bedroom 4 and view

This property also benefits from; gas central heating, full double glazing and private garden grounds to the front, side and rear of the property, including a sunny south-facing garden.

There is secure off-street parking for up to one car in the single driveway leading up to the detached single garage. There is also more than adequate on-street parking to accommodate visitors.



Many would consider Blackhall to be one of the city’s best-respected residential districts and the area boasts a wealth of properties many of which date back to the turn of the century.

As well as the normal shopping facilities, the area provides some unusual shopping opportunities, which include a choice of banking and postal services. Within a short distance, there is the Craigleith Park Retail Park, which will satisfy most normal daily requirements but should a more extensive shopping trip be required, it is a simple matter to travel into the city centre. Throughout the area, there is a number of interesting restaurants and bars.

It is easy to take advantage of all that can be provided in the city centre itself, especially those facilities concentrated around the West End. This is the site of the Usher Hall, Lyceum and Traverse Theatres as well as a number of cinemas including the Edinburgh Film House. For those who prefer their recreational facilities to be in the open air, there is a variety of fascinating almost country like walks through unvisited parts of the city using Edinburgh’s old railway lines. The area is well served by excellent schooling, from both Blackhall and Davidson’s Mains Primary and Royal High School, St George’s, Mary Erskine’s and Stuarts Melville all within close proximity.

All things considered, Blackhall is a residential district of considerable appeal which is well served locally and within the easiest possible reach of all that can be provided by the city centre.