£120,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|19 December 2003||£85,000||N/A|
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Bright and well-presented, main door one-bedroom, ground-floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone tenement. Located in the highly popular and vibrant the Leith district, north east of Edinburgh's city centre. The entrance vestibule opens directly into the lounge with wood-effect flooring that carries throughout the property, tall ceilings with decorative cornicing, built-in storage/window seat, and ample space for living and dining furniture. The internal kitchen features spot lighting, recessed shelving and fitted units with laminate worktops, tiled backsplash, and a composite sink. Appliances include an integrated oven and electric hob with canopy above, and a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine. The well-proportioned bedroom is set to the rear with a large window that allows plenty of natural light further accentuated by the tall ceilings, and further features including convenient fitted storage. An inner hall between the kitchen and bedroom provides access to a built-in cupboard and the bathroom fitted with a three-piece suite with a shower unit over the bath and tiled splash walls. Leith is a renowned and historic port area of Edinburgh, and is 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 an 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, a 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 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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