£145,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 April 2016||£142,000||£42,250|
|7 November 2003||£99,750||N/A|
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** RECENTLY CHANGED TO A FIXED PRICE £10,000 BELOW HOME REPORT ** Light and tastefully-presented, three-bedroom, main door upper flat, with a garden, located in the historic town centre of Penicuik, Midlothian. A generous hall gives access throughout and features carpeted flooring and recessed spot-lighting. Set to the front, the lounge includes decorative cornice and ceiling rose, a gas fireplace with tasteful surround, and carpeted flooring. Rear-facing, the kitchen features wood-effect worktops, sink with drainer, and an integrated electric oven and ceramic hob with filter fan above. Bedroom one is dual-aspect and includes another decorative cornice and ceiling rose, a built-in mirrored wardrobe and carpeted flooring. Bedroom two is rear-facing and has a built-in wardrobe and carpeted flooring. A flexible third bedroom has a side aspect window and offers a potential office or dining room. The generously proportioned, fully-tiled bathroom has a rear-facing window and is fitted with a modern suite, including a mains shower over a P-shaped bath. Penicuik is a Midlothian town in a rural setting, a short drive from the Edinburgh bypass. Ideally placed for commuters, Penicuik offers a broad range of amenities including convenient local shopping, Tesco and Lidl supermarkets, banking and post office services, and numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes. Well-regarded schooling at all levels is available locally, and there is a library, and a leisure centre with a gym and swimming pool. Lying between the Pentland Hills and River North Esk, the adjacent countryside caters for a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, cycling, golf, and skiing at the Hillend dry-ski facility. The A701 and A702 provide extensive links north and south, and there are regular bus services linking to Edinburgh centre and other local destinations.
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