£139,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|23 January 2019||£150,000||N/A|
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*CLOSING DATE SET FOR TUESDAY 11TH DECEMBER AT 12 NOON*
Bright and well-presented, one-bedroom, third-floor flat, of a traditional stone tenement, with superb south facing views to Arthur's Seat, located in a quiet street in Edinburgh's Easter Road area, north-east of the city centre. The hall gives access throughout, and features a built-in store cupboard and space for outerwear. A good sized public room has space for lounge and dining furniture, and features wood-effect flooring continuing from the hall, a modern electric fireplace with tasteful surround, plain coving, and a pendant light fitting. The kitchen is set internally off the hall, and features wood-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a tiled surround, washing machine, fridge, and an integrated oven and gas hob. A double bedroom has space for freestanding storage, and includes a press cupboard and carpeted flooring. The bathroom has a front facing window, and is fitted with a three piece suite, with a shower over the bath and tiled splash-walls. Easter Road is an established and bustling east of city centre location with a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area, there is extensive local convenience and specialist shopping, whilst there is also a Tesco superstore on Duke Street to the north in Leith, and a Sainsbury's at Meadowbank Shopping Park to the south. Highly-frequent public transport is available on Easter Road and London Road, with Edinburgh's Royal Mile, Princes Street, the Scottish Parliament, and the Old Town all accessible by foot, together with the Omni Centre with bars, restaurants, a fitness centre, and multi-screen cinema. Lochend Park, Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat offer open green spaces for walks and recreation.
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