£275,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 February 2019||£305,000||£87,000|
|8 February 2013||£218,000||£14,984|
|31 March 2010||£203,016||£13,516|
|8 April 2005||£189,500||N/A|
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This charming, spacious and well-presented two bedroom, maindoor double-upper Colony villa is set quietly to the end of a cobbled cul-de-sac within Edinburgh's sought-after Lochend Colonies, in the Leith Links area, north-east of the city centre. A flight of stone steps leads from the ground-floor entrance to the first-floor hall, featuring two deep cupboards, and opening to a front-set living room with natural wood flooring, cornice, rose and picture rail, open shelved press, and fireplace with woodburner. With twin rear windows, a spacious dining kitchen features; sanded floorboards, high-gloss white units with natural wood worktops, a dual-fuel range-style stove with extractor over, a tall fridge/freezer and an integrated washing machine and dishwasher. The main bathroom is fitted with a heritage-style suite with rolltop bath. On the upper level are two spacious double bedrooms set to either aspect, both offering ample freestanding furniture space, while set internally off the landing is a contemporary, fully-tiled shower room with a white suite including an enclosure with mixer shower. The Leith Links district is most famous for its open parklands, one of Edinburgh's larger green spaces, with other leisure opportunities including Seafield Recreation Ground and Craigentinny Golf Course. The fashionable Shore district can be found around a mile away, with its fine selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, and the Ocean Terminal retail complex a little further beyond, offering a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a wide choice of high-street retailers and restaurants. Leith Walk, Easter Road, and Great Junction Street all lie within around a mile's radius, offering a wealth of restaurants, cafés, bars, and supermarkets. There are frequent bus services, a number of primary schools in the area, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy.
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