£189,995 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 November 2007||£179,000||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 in Leith, close to the Shore district, northeast of Edinburgh's city centre. The entrance hall, with wood-effect flooring, the entryphone handset, space for outerwear, and a large storage cupboard, grants access throughout. Set towards the front, with windows looking out to two aspects, the spacious and bright living room has a pendant light fitting, TV and phone points, and plenty of space for both lounge and dining furniture, whilst the semi-open plan kitchen is set to one side. The kitchen includes stone-effect worktops with a matching upstand, a sink with drainer, fitted wall and base units, under-cabinet lighting, and an integrated oven, gas hob with a canopy above, and a washing machine. The freestanding American-style fridge/freezer is available by negotiation. There are two well-proportioned double bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes, wood-effect flooring, pendant light fittings, and Juliet balconies. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom consists of a modern white three-piece suite, a shower unit over the bath, and tiled flooring and splashwalls. 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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