£73,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 December 2005||£59,500||N/A|
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Well-presented, one-bedroom, dual aspect, second (top) floor flat. Set on the main street, in the heart of popular and well placed Uphall, just to the west of Edinburgh. Access is gained to the flat from the rear of the building via a shared stairway, and into the entrance hall which has laminate flooring and a storage cupboard. With two front aspect recessed windows, which provide storage below, the lounge offers a wall-mounted electric fire, carpeted flooring, and ample space for living and dining furniture. The contemporary kitchen, with an arched pass-through and skylight window, has fitted base units with stone effect worktops, tiled backsplash and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include a freestanding washing machine, electric cooker, and space for further white-goods. The double bedroom is set to the rear of the property and features a recessed window, carpeted flooring, and a wardrobe alcove. In addition, the bathroom is afforded access from both the bedroom and the hall, and is fitted with a modern three-piece suite with a separate electric shower cubicle, slate tiled flooring and splash walls, and a large skylight allowing for plenty of natural light. Uphall is a popular commuter town, in a conurbation with Broxburn, located 14 miles west of Edinburgh, with a traditional stone-built village centre, 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. Uphall Primary School offers primary education, while 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 with direct road links to Edinburgh, Livingston, Linlithgow and Edinburgh Airport. Uphall railway station provides rail connections to Edinburgh, Livingston and Glasgow.
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