£229,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|23 March 2018||£240,000||N/A|
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Beautifully presented 2 bedroom ground floor flat in true move in condition. PRIVATE SOUTH FACING GARDEN to the rear. Most sought after location close to all local amenities.
Early viewing is recommended.
The property benefits from Gas central heating and double glazing.
Bright welcoming hallway
Spacious dining lounge
Feature fire and surround
2 Good sized bedrooms
Modern kitchen with Gas hob and electric oven
Stylish shower room
Private enclosed garden
On street parking
Davidsons Mains village is a desirable residential area of the city, lying approximately 3 miles west of Princes Street. Bordered by the historic village of Cramond to the north and the prestigious residential area of Blackhall to the south, the location is one which successfully combines a tranquil suburban environment with City Centre accessibility. The village itself offers an excellent range of local shopping facilities and services, ranging from small independent shops to a branch of Tesco. These shops and services are all within a few minutes on foot, as are both Primary and Secondary schools, i.e. Davidsons Mains Primary School and The Royal High School, both of which have an excellent academic reputation. In the private sector, Cargilfield, Mary Erskine’s and Stewarts Melville colleges are also within close proximity. Leisure facilities are absolutely first class and range from a Marina at Cramond, to several golf courses and a wide range of activities at the Drum Brae Leisure Centre. The foreshore at Silverknowes and the city’s cycle path network offer ample opportunities for walking, jogging and cycling. There are also a number of private health clubs within the vicinity. Regular bus services to and from the City Centre are readily available from within the village and from neighbouring Queensferry Road. In the opposite direction, Edinburgh International Airport, the city by-pass and central motorway network are all within a 10/15 minute drive. The Forth Bridge may also be reached within 10 minutes.
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