£145,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|14 May 2020||£144,000||£34,000|
|27 August 2013||£110,000||£18,500|
|19 January 2007||£128,500||N/A|
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*Fixed Price 10k below Home Report Valuation*
Well presented, two bedroom, dual-aspect, third floor flat, set in a traditional stone-built tenement, located in sought-after Corstorphine, to the west of Edinburgh city centre. The flat is accessed by an external shared stair to the rear, leading into the property itself via the entrance hall which has a storage cupboard, carpeting, and serves each room within. The bright and spacious living room, which is set to the front, features a decorative cornice, carpeted flooring and a bay window offering plenty of natural light and looking out over St John's Road. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units, laminate worktops, a stainless steel sink, tiled splashbacks and wood panelled walls. A range of freestanding appliances includes an electric cooker, two fridge/freezers and a washing machine. Bedroom one is set to the rear, featuring three fitted wardrobes, a recessed widow and carpeted flooring, whilst single bedroom two is to the front, likewise with carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. The bathroom features a contemporary white three-piece suite with a mixer tap over-bath shower, panel splashbacks and a chromed ladder radiator. Corstorphine is a sought-after, established residential area with a historic village centre surrounded by an extensive range of housing types. A west of city location makes for quick access to the city centre, city by-pass, Gyle and Gogarburn. There is local shopping throughout on St. John's Road which has a range of amenities, whilst a 24-hour Tesco superstore and the nearby Hermiston Gait Retail Park and Gyle shopping centres offer an extensive range of high street names. Numerous family-friendly public parks and the woodlands of Corstorphine Hill can be found in the area, whilst leisure facilities include the Capital Hotel Gym, David Lloyd Club, a choice of local golf courses, and Edinburgh Zoo. The area has highly-frequent public transport to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a range of highly-regarded nurseries, and schools through all levels.
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