£60,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|8 May 2012||£63,000||£2,000|
|27 April 2012||£65,000||£9,875|
|27 May 2005||£55,125||N/A|
Sold house price data is supplied to us by the Registers of Scotland, a government department responsible for compiling and maintaining property registers, every month. There can be a delay of up to 3 months from when a property is sold to being recorded with Registers of Scotland. We provide house price data for your information only, we do not accept any liability for any errors. If you have noticed any incorrect information, please contact Registers of Scotland.
266 Gala Park is a really appealing ground floor flat, well located for easy access to local facilities and the town centre. The accommodation is comfortably sized and well presented, with double glazing and gas central heating. The vestibule style hallway gives direct access to the bathroom - which has tiled flooring and a mains shower over the bath. The living room is a very good size and it leads through to the compact but well planned kitchen which includes an electric hob and oven, with the fridge freezer and washing machine available if wanted. Also reached from the living room is the bedroom, which is an ample double with a range of mirrored wardrobes. At the rear there is a section of garden with shed, which has been fenced round for privacy and gives very useful outdoors space. This is a great prospect for the first time buyer or 'downsizer', equally suitable as rental investment and viewing is recommended.
The central Borders town of Galashiels offers an excellent range of amenities; from major retailers to sporting and leisure facilities, as well as education for all ages. The area as a whole is renowned for its beauty, places of historic interest and the lifestyle it offers and, being only 33 miles from Edinburgh, is a location offering an ideal solution for the commuter, either by car via the A7 or A68 or by train from Galashiels or nearby Tweedbank, which offers free parking. There are also good road links to neighbouring towns such as Selkirk, Hawick, Kelso and St Boswells.
7'4 x 3'10
17'3 x 9'8
7'8 x 5'3
9'0 x 9'11
5'4 x 6'1
The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and is not obliged to set a closing date. In the event of a Closing Date being set, the seller is not obliged to accept the highest or any offer. Prior to consideration of any offer, interested parties will be expected to provide proof of the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase. We will also require proof of buyer ID conforming with HMRC requirements. Please see our terms and conditions on our website for more information.
*** Note to Solicitors*** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly to the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of Proposed Sale which will be emailed to you.
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