£280,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 December 2014||£230,550||N/A|
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Light and beautifully-presented, one-bedroom, main-door basement flat, with private courtyard, forming part of an impressive B-listed traditional stone-built terrace, located in a highly desirable conservation area of Edinburgh’s West End adjacent to the city centre and the Water of Leith. From the private courtyard, the main door opens to the spacious and flexible public room, which features a gas fireplace with tasteful surround, cornice-work, and wood-effect flooring. Set internally off the lounge, the kitchen features a wood-effect worktop with inset sink, a tiled surround, unit downlighting and an integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, gas hob and canopy. An inner hall gives further access to the bedroom and bathroom and features wood-effect flooring continuing from the lounge. The spacious double bedroom features a study area around the window, a walk-in wardrobe with lighting, and carpeted flooring. Set internally, the bathroom is fitted with a modern three piece suite, with a mains shower over the bath, tiled flooring and splash-walls. The West End incorporates a mix of impressive stone-built period properties, including some fine New Town terraces - all close to the heart of the city centre. Haymarket Railway Station, the tram network, and regular bus services offer superb transport links. It is well-placed for Edinburgh's financial district and all the amenities of the vibrant city centre, including shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, cafés, leisure facilities, cinemas, and gyms. To the south are the Modern Art galleries with access to the Water of Leith walkway, whilst to the north, Edinburgh Quay sits at the end of the Union Canal, affording fine canalside walkways and cycle paths, whilst a little further beyond are the open spaces of Bruntsfield Links and The Meadows.
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