£189,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 November 2006||£70,000||N/A|
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Immaculately-presented and spacious, one bedroom, rear-set south-west facing ground floor flat. Set in a traditional stone-built residential building, the property is located in the sought-after Shandon area, to the west of Edinburgh city centre. The property is easily accessible via a ground floor entry into the vestibule with space for outerwear, which opens onto the open plan kitchen and living area. The new kitchen is fitted with modern wall and base units, stone effect worktops with complementary splash-backs and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include an integrated ceramic hob, extractor hood, electric oven, with space for additional freestanding white goods. A recessed window allows for plenty of natural light in the living area, which is accentuated by high ceilings and matching wood-effect flooring that flows throughout the flat. Further features include pendant lighting, a sizeable wall niche, and space for freestanding lounge and dining furniture. Set off the living area is a walk-in wardrobe just outside of the well-proportioned bedroom. Another recessed window offers a leafy outlook, and ample space is afforded for bedroom furniture. Set off the living room is a bright hall area, with another sizeable recessed window, that can be used flexibly as a utility space. Moreover, the newly installed bathroom is fitted with a modern white three-piece suite with an electric shower over the bath and chromed ladder radiator, and an additional recessed window. Shandon is an established suburb to the west of Edinburgh centre, and is served by several local shops, with superstores close by including a Sainsbury's at both Gorgie and Longstone, Aldi at Gorgie, and an Asda at Chesser. The expansive Harrison Park, and the Union canal, provide walking and cycling links to the city centre. Also nearby are the delightful Colinton Dell, Water of Leith, and recreational facilities including Nuffield Health Club, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, and the Corn Exchange Leisure Village. Highly-regarded schooling is available at all levels, including Craiglockhart Primary School, just a couple of hundred yards away. The West End of Princes Street can be reached with regular bus services operating to most parts of the city.
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