£125,000 Guide Price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 July 2020||£180,000||£60,000|
|15 December 2017||£120,000||£8,000|
|1 December 2006||£112,000||£16,989|
|28 May 2004||£95,011||N/A|
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Well-presented and bright, one-bedroom, second-floor flat forming part of traditional stone-built tenement, conveniently located in the popular Corstorphine area, west of Edinburgh city centre. The hall gives access throughout, has space for outerwear, a built-in store cupboard, tiled flooring, and a pendant light fitting. Set to the rear, an open plan living space features a built-in store/pantry cupboard housing a fridge/freezer, plain coving, a central light fitting, and wood-effect laminate flooring. The fitted kitchen includes stone-effect worktops, stainless steel sink with drainer, a tiled splash-back, washing machine, and a gas cooker. South facing to the front, a generous double bedroom features an open-shelved press, coving, a pendant light fitting and carpeted flooring. The shower room is set to the rear and is fitted with a two piece suite, cubicle with mains shower, and tiled splash-walls. Corstorphine is a sought-after, established residential area with a historic village centre surrounded by an extensive range of housing types. A west of city location makes for quick access to the city centre, city by-pass, Gyle and Gogarburn. There is local shopping throughout, St. John's Road has a range of amenities, whilst a 24-hour Tesco superstore and the nearby Hermiston Gait Retail Park and Gyle shopping centres offering an extensive range of high street names. Numerous family-friendly public parks and the woodlands of Corstorphine Hill can be found in the area, whilst leisure facilities include the Capital Hotel Gym, David Lloyd Club, a choice of local golf courses, and Edinburgh Zoo. The area has highly-frequent public transport to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a range of highly-regarded nurseries, and schools through all levels.
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