£97,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|6 June 2011||£97,750||£11,250|
|2 May 2006||£86,500||N/A|
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**RECENTLY CHANGED TO £3,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION**
Well-presented and spacious, two bedroom, double upper flat, with superb views and a private garden. Forming part of a traditional stone-built terrace, the property is located in a desirable residential street in the historic town of Galashiels, in the Scottish Borders. A generous entrance hall gives access to both public rooms, the stairway to the upper floor, and has ample space for outerwear storage. South-facing to the front, the living room has space for lounge and dining furniture, and includes carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. Rear- facing, a fitted kitchen includes stone-effect worktops, sink with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated electric oven and hob. On the first floor, a carpeted hall features a built-in store cupboard and good natural light from a south-facing window. Bedroom one is front-facing, and includes carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom two is set to the rear, and includes carpeted flooring and a built-in store cupboard. A stylish bathroom is fitted with a modern three piece suite, including a shower head fitting for the bath, and tiled splash-walls. Galashiels is a ancient burgh with famous historic links, buildings and sites, surrounded by the rolling hills of the Borders countryside. By direct route along the A7, Galashiels is located approximately 27 miles from the Edinburgh bypass, making it a convenient commute for countryside living. Excellent leisure pursuits surround the area, providing golf, fishing, mountain biking and hill walking, as well as the famous Southern Upland Way. The town itself has all the local amenities expected, including major supermarkets, local shopping, restaurants and cafés. Galashiels also has its own train station for the Borders railway, offering easy and direct commuting straight into the heart of Edinburgh.
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