£95,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 April 2020||£90,000||£67,580|
|21 August 2009||£22,420||N/A|
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Spacious, three-bedroom, triple-aspect, third floor flat, set on a residential street, located in the well placed West Lothian town of Broxburn. The entrance hall has space for outerwear and affords access throughout, featuring a store cupboard and wood-effect flooring that carries through into the living room. With three separate windows allowing for plenty of natural light, the lounge offers ample space for freestanding furniture and a pendant light fitting. The kitchen has fitted units with stone-effect worktops, tiled backsplash and a stainless steel sink set below a window. Excellent storage provision is available with the two store cupboards and appliances include a freestanding tumble dryer, washing machine and space for further white goods. Three well-proportioned bedrooms each include large windows and pendant light fittings, whilst the family bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite with a shower unit over the bath, and tiled splash walls. Broxburn is a popular commuter town, located 12 miles west of Edinburgh, with a traditional stone-built village centre and high street, combined with modern residential developments. Local shopping and amenities are available along the main street A899, whilst Edinburgh's Gyle and Livingston retail centres offer major high-street names and restaurants. Broxburn has four schools including Broxburn Primary, Kirkhill Primary, St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Primary and the highly regarded Broxburn Academy. Regular bus services are available for travel throughout the area, and Broxburn has good direct road links to Edinburgh, Livingston, Linlithgow and Edinburgh Airport, whilst nearby Uphall railway station provides rail connections to Edinburgh, Livingston and Glasgow.
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