£298,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|18 July 2008||£249,500||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, four bedroom, double upper villa on the third and fourth floors of a traditional tenement-style building. Set on a quiet residential side street, the property is located in Leith, to the north of Edinburgh city centre. The second floor entrance leads up to the spacious third floor hall which has a storage cupboard, laminate flooring and serves each room on the floor. Set to the front, the bright living room features a recessed window, laminate flooring, coving, and space for lounge furniture. With ample room for dining furniture, the kitchen is fitted with modern wall and base units with stone-effect worktops, a tiled backsplash, and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include an integrated gas hob, double electric oven, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and a freestanding washing machine. Bedrooms two and three are set to the front, both including carpeted flooring and ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture. The large bathroom is fitted with a traditional-style suite and a separate shower cubicle, whist the adjoining WC has a modern two-piece suite. On the fourth (top) floor, the generous master bedroom has an en-suite shower room, aspects to the front and rear, including rooftop views of Arthur's Seat and Calton Hill, as does similarly well-finished bedroom four.
Leith is a renowned and historic port area of Edinburgh, and is a vibrant city location with a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area, there is extensive convenience and specialist shopping, with a Tesco superstore on Duke Street, Lidl on Easter Road, and an ASDA at Sandpiper Drive. The Shore area also offers a cosmopolitan range of bars, bistros, and Michelin-starred restaurants; whilst the Ocean Terminal complex has many high-street names, restaurants, a Marks & Spencer Foodhall, gym, and multi-screen cinema. There are numerous public parks and squares, including the expansive Leith Links and The Water of Leith Walkway. There are many frequent bus services, and the area is well-served by a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy, just south of Leith Links.
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