£145,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 February 2013||£105,000||N/A|
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Tastefully decorated top floor flat located within a highly desirable location. Benefiting from spacious living accommodation throughout and fresh neutral dÃ©cor. Accommodation is accessed via the entrance hallway with three very useful storage cupboards. Bright and airy lounge with space for a dining table and chairs for enjoying meals and also makes the perfect space for entertaining friends; modern fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob, hood and wine cooler, ample base and wall units and attractive splash back tiling; two generous sized double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and refurbished shower room with built in vanity units, crisp white suite and modern tiling to walls.
Communal garden grounds are located to the rear with a communal drying green. The property further benefits from an allocated parking space, double glazing, loft storage with ramsay ladder and light and electric storage heaters for all year-round climate efficiency.
Highly desirable Musselburgh lies approximately a mere 6 miles East of Edinburgh City centre. This historic seaside town offers an abundance of local amenities including banks, building societies, post office, 24 Hour Tesco, racecourse and not to forget the famous Lucas ice cream parlour. Leith and Portobello are only a few miles away offering a further choice of specialist shops and services. Fort Kinnaird and Straiton retail parks are only a short drive away and have an extensive range of major High-Street named shops, many restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Schooling at primary and secondary level is within nearby distance and for the commute there are excellent links to the city and beyond via the narby City Bypass and rail station.
Extras : All floor coverings, curtains, blinds, light fittings (except dining area), integrated oven, hob, hood, wine cooler, free standing fridge/freezer and shoe cabinet in hallway.
All lounge furniture (including bookcase, tv unit, shelf unit), dining table and chairs and washing machine available by a separate negotiation.
Lounge/Diner-18'0 x 13'4 (at widest) x 5'9 (at narrowest)
Kitchen-10'6 x 6'6
Bedroom 1-10'3 x 9'9
Bedroom 2-11'8 x 7'4
Shower Room-6'6 x 6'4
EPC Band: C
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