£125,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|25 November 2020||£133,000||£21,390|
|7 April 2017||£111,610||£6,610|
|19 September 2014||£105,000||N/A|
|1 March 2013||£105,000||£996|
|4 August 2006||£104,004||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, two bedroom, upper villa, with generous gardens and a driveway, conveniently located near the centre of Loanhead, Midlothian. A carpeted entrance hall and stairway leads up to the bright upper hall which gives further access throughout the property, including to the loft space. Set to the front of the property, the well-proportioned living room has a feature fireplace, plain coving and carpeted flooring. Rear-facing, the kitchen has space for a dinner/breakfast table and has wood-effect flooring, and includes fitted units, wood-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, washing machine, and a gas cooker and hob. Bedroom one also overlooks the gardens and features contemporary flooring, a built-in wardrobe and store cupboard, coving, and a pendant light fitting. Set to the front, carpeted bedroom two similarly includes coving, a cupboard, and a pendant light fitting. Completing the accommodation and with a side-aspect window, a bright shower room has a modern two-piece suite and a cornice cubicle with a mains mixer shower.
Loanhead, a historic township located south-east of Edinburgh, is a long-established Midlothian town and popular commuting location, with a bustling high street and an excellent range of local amenities. Set amidst the countryside of the Esk Valley, it offers a good choice of local shops, bars, coffee shops, restaurants, banks and service outlets. In addition, the nearby retail park at Straiton provides a Sainsbury's supermarket, Boots, an M&S food store and other high-street names. One of Scotland's two IKEA stores also lies close by. Loanhead has a leisure centre with a pool and gym, and play parks, with numerous off-road cycle and walking tracks into the countryside. Regular bus services pass through the town for connections to Edinburgh centre and the surrounding areas, as well as easy access to the A720 city bypass.
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