£125,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 December 2014||£96,500||£8,500|
|16 November 2005||£105,000||N/A|
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Well-presented, one bedroom lower villa, forming part of a maintained and factored retirement development, located in a quiet residential area in the popular town of Balerno, to the southwest of Edinburgh. The entrance vestibule opens into the front-facing, bright and well-proportioned living room which has carpeted flooring, a good-sized storage cupboard, an open shelved recess and an electric fire set in a decorative surround. The inner hall has two cupboards and affords access to the rear-set kitchen which has a door opening out to the rear garden, and is fitted with wall and base units, laminate worktops, a tiled backsplash and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include a freestanding washing machine and freezer. The double bedroom is also to the rear of the flat with carpeted flooring, a built-in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, and further space for freestanding bedroom furniture. Set internally off the hall, the shower room is fitted with a modern white two-piece suite with a walk-in shower cubicle including an electric shower and tiled splashwalls.
Balerno is a sought-after residential village, some eight miles south-west of the city centre. Located just off the A70, it is ideal for commuting by bus or car, with the nearby city bypass connecting to the main trunk routes and Edinburgh Airport. The thriving community supports a range of local shopping, services and amenities, including sports clubs, a swimming pool, and well-regarded primary and high schools. There are supermarkets at The Gyle and Hermiston Gait retail parks and at Colinton and Longstone. Balerno lies on the edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park and is convenient for pleasant woodland pathways along the Water of Leith, around Harlaw and Threipmuir, and in Balerno’s Malleny Gardens, with golf courses at Dalmahoy and Baberton.
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