£195,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 April 2018||£215,000||£27,800|
|29 June 2007||£187,200||£45,200|
|4 September 2003||£142,000||N/A|
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Spacious and beautifully-presented, south-facing, two-bedroom, second-floor, triple-aspect apartment in a factored, lift served block, in a modern development, by the gates to Holyrood Park, in Edinburgh's historic Abbeyhill, east of the city centre. The entrance hall, with wood-effect flooring, entry system handset, and a deep cupboard, gives access throughout. A bright and spacious living room provides ample dining space, and a corner window formation, with Juliet balconies, offers a south-facing outlook to Holyrood Park. Set to the rear, the kitchen features modern units with laminate worktops and splash tiling, and integrated appliances including a gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood over, a fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and a dishwasher. The large master bedroom, with window to the side, built-in wardrobe and deep press, opens to an en-suite shower room with a contemporary suite and mixer shower. A second side-facing double bedroom also benefits from a built-in wardrobe. Set internally off the hall, the bathroom features a modern white, three-piece suite with over-bath mixer shower. Abbeyhill lies east of the city centre, offering a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area, there is extensive local convenience and specialist shopping, including the Meadowbank Shopping Park with a Sainsbury's superstore. Highly-frequent bus services are available from London Road, whilst Edinburgh's Royal Mile, Princes Street, the Scottish Parliament, and the Old Town all are accessible by foot. The east end of the city centre is also close by, including the Omni Centre with bars, restaurants, a Nuffield gym, and multi-screen cinema. Meadowbank stadium has a range of leisure and fitness facilities, whilst Lochend Park, Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat offer vast open green spaces for walks and recreation.
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