£195,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 December 2015||£135,000||£19,400|
|8 November 2007||£154,400||N/A|
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Tastefully-presented, two bedroom, second floor flat, forming part of a modern, factored and lift-served residential development, located close to the Shore district in Leith, northeast of Edinburgh's city centre. The welcoming entrance hall has two storage cupboards, pendant light fittings, the entry phone handset, and space for outerwear and freestanding furniture. The living room has a corner-aspect, with wood-effect flooring, TV and phone points, and space for dining furniture. Semi-open plan to the living room, the kitchen has a breakfast bar and is fitted with wall and base units, a sink with drainer, an integrated oven, gas hob with canopy above, and an integrated washing machine. The good-sized master bedroom features carpeted flooring, a built-in wardrobe, a Juliet balcony, and a modern en-suite with a shower enclosure, whilst the second double bedroom is similarly well-finished. The bathroom provides a modern three-piece suite with a hidden cistern, a mains shower over the bath, modern wall panelling, and tiled flooring. Leith is a renowned and historic port area of Edinburgh, a vibrant city location with a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area, there is extensive convenience and specialist shopping, with a Tesco superstore on Duke Street, Lidl on Easter Road, and ASDA at Sandpiper Drive. The Shore area also offers a cosmopolitan range of bars, bistros, and Michelin-starred restaurants; whilst the Ocean Terminal complex has many high-street names, restaurants, Marks & Spencer Foodhall, gym, and multi-screen cinema. There are numerous public parks and squares, including the expansive Leith Links, and The Water of Leith Walkway. There are many highly-frequent bus services, and the area is well-served by a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy, just south of Leith Links.
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