£227,500 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 November 2015||£193,500||£46,505|
|9 March 2010||£146,995||N/A|
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** FIXED PRICE UNDER THE HOME REPORT VALUATION **
Well-presented, two bedroom, first floor flat with a private balcony, forming part of a modern, factored, residential development. Located in the popular Slateford area, lying west of Edinburgh city centre. A generous hall gives access to all rooms except the kitchen and features two built-in store cupboards, carpeted flooring and the secured entry handset. The southerly facing lounge offers access to the balcony and features, carpeted flooring, a wall-mount TV point, and a central light fitting. A modern fitted kitchen is set off the lounge and includes stone-effect worktops with matching up-stand, sink with drainer, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and an integrated oven, gas hob and canopy with stainless steel backsplash. A master bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, carpeted flooring; and an en-suite fitted with a two piece suite and integrated shower cubicle. Bedroom two also features carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. A family bathroom is set internally off the hall and includes a three piece suite with tiled splash-walls. Slateford is a long-established suburb, lying west of the Edinburgh city centre. There is a wide range of amenities which include local shops, banks, a post office, ASDA 24-hour supermarket at Chesser, Sainsbury's at Longstone, and the Edinburgh West Retail Park. Napier, Heriot-Watt, and Edinburgh universities area within easy reach, whilst leisure facilities include Nuffield Health Club, The Corn Exchange Leisure Village, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, and Pure Gym on Gorgie Road. Also close by are numerous golf courses and the open walking spaces of Colinton Dell and the Water of Leith. Regular bus services are available from both A70 and A71 whilst Slateford station offers rail commuting into the city centre.
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