£285,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 September 2018||£316,500||N/A|
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**CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY 21 JUNE 2018 AT 12PM**This spacious, two-bedroom, top-floor (3rd) flat, forming part of a listed and iconic traditional stone-built crescent tenement, located in Edinburgh's highly desirable Hillside area, just east of the city centre. The generous hall gives access throughout the property and features two built-in store cupboards and the secured entry system. Set to the front, the living room includes decorative cornice-work and ceiling rose, a period feature fireplace and wood with glass detailed press cupboard. Rear facing, the spacious dining/kitchen overlooks the shared gardens and features fitted units and worktops, press cupboard, a built-in store/pantry cupboard, and the utility cupboard set off with a window, worktop and sink with drainer. Bedroom one is set to the front and features hardwood flooring, and a fitted wood mezzanine, cornice, and a pendant light fitting. Bedroom two is set to the rear and also features cornice-work and a pendant light fitting. The bathroom is set off the hall with a rear facing aspect and is fitted with a three piece suite, whilst a flexible box room includes shelving and offers superb storage/study/work space. Hillside is a high-amenity area with fine period architecture, and superb bronze public works by Paolozzi, lying within walking distance of the city centre restaurants, shopping facilities and attractions, such as the Omni Centre and The Playhouse Theatre. Leith Walk, Elm Row and nearby Broughton Street offer an excellent range of local shopping facilities, with a cosmopolitan selection of cafés, bars, and restaurants within a short walking radius. Edinburgh’s historic Old Town and New Town are easily accessed, and Queen’s Park, Arthur’s Seat, Ocean Terminal, and the popular Shore district offer further leisure and recreation opportunities. Waverley Train Station is within walking distance, and frequent bus services operate from London Road and Elm Row provide excellent access to the rest of the city and beyond. Well-respected primary and secondary schools can also be found in the vicinity.
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