£305,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|7 December 2017||£213,000||N/A|
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*FIXED PRICE £10,000 BELOW THE HOME REPORT* This spacious and well-presented two-bedroom, dual-aspect, ground floor flat, is set in a traditional stone-built tenement, located south of the city centre, in Edinburgh's popular residential Newington district, with a frequent local bus service. A spacious, carpeted hall has plain cornice. a wall press, a deep walk-in storage cupboard and affords access throughout. Enjoying a front outlook, a generously-sized open-plan living/dining/kitchen features a triple-bay window, ornate cornice work, moulded woodwork, quality wood-effect flooring, vertical column radiators and an open shelved press. The quality kitchen is fitted with modern units, wood effect worktops, a ceramic sink, tiled splashbacks, under-unit downlights, and offers a range of integrated Neff appliances including an induction hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Set to the rear are two, spacious, carpeted double bedrooms, and a luxuriously-appointed and extensively-tiled shower room with a white suite, full-width mains mixer shower and a chrome ladder-style radiator. An internal box room offers flexible space as a study, store or occasional guest room, while to the front is a utility room featuring a two-piece WC.
Newington lies roughly two miles south of the city centre, and provides a number of local amenities for everyday needs, offering a variety of specialist shops and a vibrant atmosphere of bars, restaurants, and cafes. The popular Cameron Toll Shopping Centre also offers a selection of high-street shops and a Sainsbury's superstore. A convenient location for Edinburgh University, The Royal Infirmary and the Scottish Parliament, there are also many leisure opportunities and open green spaces including Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat, Blackford Hill and The Meadows, as well as the Royal Commonwealth Pool, formerly a venue for the Commonwealth Games. Well-regarded schooling is available at all levels within the area, and a regular public transport service provides easy access to and from the city centre.
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