£220,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 July 2019||£234,187||£80,187|
|24 March 2005||£154,000||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE - FRIDAY, 25TH MAY AT 11AM **
This light, well-proportioned and tastefully-presented, modern two bedroom, triple-aspect, first floor flat enjoys a quiet, leafy cul-de-sac location in a modern, factored development in Edinburgh's sought-after Morningside, south of the city centre. An entrance vestibule with utilities control cupboard opens to a central hallway providing access throughout, and featuring a deep cupboard, entry system handset and spotlights. Set to the front, a large dual-aspect living room offers ample dining space and an open outlook to the hillside and woodlands. Also with an outlook to the front is a fitted breakfasting kitchen with modern units, wood-effect laminate worktops, tiled splashbacks, and integrated appliances including a ceramic hob and electric oven with extractor canopy over, a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. With a leafy rear aspect are two carpeted double bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes. Set internally off the hall, a stylish bathroom features a contemporary white suite with a spa bath with mixer rain head shower, chrome ladder-style radiator, vanity mirror, tiled flooring and full-height Travertine-effect wallboard treatment. Morningside is a highly-desirable residential area to the south of Edinburgh city centre, with the bustling local streets offering popular bistros, restaurants, bars, cafes, and specialist shops, together with one of the city's two Waitrose supermarkets. Schooling in the local area includes the highly-esteemed South Morningside Primary, St Peter’s RC Primary, Boroughmuir High School, and many renowned private schools. Morningside is known for its leisure provision including the Dominion cinema, together with public parks such as Braidburn Valley and the Hermitage of Braid, as well as various golf courses and sports centres. The A702 offers access to the city bypass to the south, whilst regular bus services are available form the A702 and Morningside Drive.
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