£235,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|21 July 2017||£220,171||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented one-bedroom, first floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone-built terrace. Located in the heart of Edinburgh's highly desirable Stockbridge area, just north of the city centre. The hall gives access throughout and includes a built-in store cupboard, the secured entry handset, and wood-effect flooring. An impressive living room has ample space for lounge and dining furniture, a period fireplace, wood-effect flooring, two pendant light fittings and access to the utility/store cupboard housing a fridge/freezer. Also, set off the living room, the kitchen features wood-effect worktops, a glass-splashback surround, unit downlighting, sink with drainer, and an integrated oven and gas hob with filter fan above. The bright double bedroom has carpeted flooring, a period feature fireplace, cornice work, and modern built-in wardrobes. Completing the accommodation, the bright shower room is fitted with a two-piece suite, cubicle with an electric shower unit, heated towel rail, tiled flooring and contemporary wall panelling.
Stockbridge is situated within walking distance of the heart of Edinburgh's city centre, and has a bustling high street, offering an eclectic mix of speciality shops, restaurants, fashionable bars and delicatessens, giving the area an artistic, almost bohemian feel. A Sainsbury's Local can be found on Raeburn Place, and a Waitrose is situated at nearby Comely Bank. Craigleith Retail Park at Blackhall offers a wide range of shopping facilities including a Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury's superstore and Boots. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park and The Water of Leith Walkway provide many pleasant walks, and the Glenogle Swim Centre and Gym is close by. Regular bus services provide access to most parts of the city.
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