A 1930's detached bungalow with garden and full wheelchair accessibility

A 1930's detached bungalow with garden and full wheelchair accessibility


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4 chambres
Couchages 4
2 salles de bain
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My wife Charlotte uses a wheelchair full-time and so we have added a lovely, light and spacious living room onto our kitchen. This 60sq metre room is the heart of our home. Overlooking our beautifully landscaped garden we live, eat and socialise here. We also have a cosy sitting room were we watch TV. The master bedroom has a super king bed and a fully accessible en-suite bathroom with roll-in shower. There is also another family shower room and a double bedroom available. Both front and rear are ramped and landcaped for wheelchairs.

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  1. My name is Paul and my wife is Charlotte. We are in our early 50's and we love music, art, food and visiting interesting places. Charlotte is a wheelchair user hence the adapted house. She is a retired Organic Food Consultant and I am now a part-time musician. We have grown-up children who visit us at college holiday times. We require a swap that is fully wheelchair accessible.





We are 10 minutes by car from Princess Street, the Castle and Central Edinburgh. The Botanic Gardens are also 10 minutes drive and the Dean and National Gallery of Modern Art are 10 minutes walk. We are only 20 minutes drive from the airport with the sea and world famous Forth Bridges also within 15 minutes. Edinburgh and the UK generally has a high awareness of disability issues with many top restaurants, theatres, cinemas and galleries accessible.

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