£115,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 July 2007||£95,000||£15,005|
|1 August 2005||£79,995||N/A|
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A deceptively spacious two-bedroom second floor flat enjoying a prime position in the heart of desirable Dunbar and offering an excellent opportunity. 106c High Street is a lovely bright flat which enjoys a central location in the heart of the picturesque coastal town of Dunbar. The mainline railway station, modern leisure centre and stunning coastline are all within walking distance. This property offers ideal accommodation for a first time buyer or a buy to let opportunity.
Entry to the property is via a covered pend which in turn leads to a communal inner stone stairwell.
Accommodation is arranged over one floor and includes a bright hall, a spacious Lounge/Dining room with access to a well equipped modern kitchen. The double and single bedrooms lie to the rear of the property and both benefit from fitted wardrobes. The spacious bathroom offers a corner bath incorporating an electric shower. The property benefits from Gas Central Heating.
Dunbar is a growing and vibrant town on the breath-taking East Lothian coast. It offers record high sunshine hours, which could be spent on it's white sandy beaches, John Muir Country Park, protected woodland areas or at the old working harbour. The town itself offers a lively High Street with award-winning shops including fresh produce and grocers, bakers, butchers, banks, fine art galleries, coffee houses, restaurants, hardware shops, a florist, chemists and a garden centre. On the outskirts of the town is a large supermarket and another large garden centre. Its state-of-the-art Leisure Pool also offers a gym and other fitness classes. The town benefits from tennis courts, large sports grounds, two golf courses and an extreme water sport centre. Dunbar is known for its outstanding schools, both at primary and secondary level. A 20-minute train journey will take you to Edinburgh or Berwick. For commuters, the A1 offers convenient access to Edinburgh, Berwick and beyond.
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