£264,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|18 December 2009||£175,000||£4,900|
|18 June 2004||£179,900||N/A|
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Spacious and well-presented, two bedroom, second floor (top) flat forming part of a Category A Listed Georgian conversion of the old Leith Exchange building, conveniently located in The Shore area lying to the north of Edinburgh city centre. A generous vestibule offers excellent storage for outerwear, and opens to the extensive main hall which provides excellent space for storage with a closet and gives further access throughout. Set to the front, the public room has ample space for lounge and dining furniture, and includes a feature fireplace, cornice-work, working window shutters and a central light fitting. Open to the lounge, the kitchen is set to the rear, and includes stone-effect worktops, sink with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated dishwasher, oven, gas hob and canopy. A spacious double bedroom is front-facing and includes a built-in wardrobe, period fireplace, cornice-work, working window shutters and a central light fitting. A second double bedroom is set to the rear and includes a built-in wardrobe and carpeted flooring. The bathroom also has a rear-facing window, and is fitted with a three-piece suite, including a 'rainfall' shower head fitting over the bath, and tiled splash-walls. The Shore is a fashionable and vibrant location north of Edinburgh city centre, offering a blend of historic buildings and modern developments, and is well-served by the area's unrivalled selection of cafés, bars, bistros and eateries, including several Michelin-starred restaurants. Extensive local shopping is available throughout Leith, with Great Junction Street and the foot of Leith Walk close by, and a Tesco superstore on Duke Street. The Ocean Terminal retail and leisure complex offers a wide range of major high-street shopping outlets, a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a variety of restaurants. Walks and cycleways can be found along the Newhaven shore and the Water of Leith, whilst the extensive Leith Links park offers open green spaces.
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