£149,950 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|6 July 2005||£37,400||N/A|
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Spacious and immaculately presented, three bedroom, duplex flat on the third and fourth floors of an apartment block, set in a quiet residential area in popular Clermiston, to the west of Edinburgh city centre. The entrance hall has tile-effect flooring, a storage cupboard, the secure entryphone handset and stairs up to the fourth floor landing. With a private balcony accessed by sliding patio doors, the bright and spacious living room features laminate flooring, a decorative fireplace with a stone hearth, and ample room for freestanding furniture. Semi open-plan to the hall is a modern fitted kitchen with high gloss units, laminate worktops and a range of integrated appliances including a gas hob, extractor hood and double electric oven, with space for further freestanding white goods. On the fourth floor, bedroom one features carpeted flooring and a generously sized built-in wardrobe with sliding mirror doors, whilst bedroom two has two built-in wardrobes and a pendant light fitting. Bedroom three may be flexibly used as a study, and on the third floor, the stylish shower room is fitted with a two-piece suite with Travertine flooring and a mains mixer shower. Clermiston is a popular and established residential area, with schooling at all levels, easy commuting, extensive amenities, and an range of housing types. There is local shopping throughout, with Queensferry Road, Drum Brae and St. John's Road offering a range of amenities, whilst a 24-hour Tesco superstore and the nearby Gyle shopping centre offer a more extensive range of high street names. Numerous family-friendly public parks can be found, including the woodlands of Corstorphine Hill, whilst leisure facilities include the Drum Brae Leisure Centre, Capital Hotel Gym, David Lloyd Club, several golf courses, and Edinburgh Zoo. The area has highly-frequent public transport links to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a range of highly-regarded nurseries and schools through all levels.
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