£220,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 July 2019||£166,500||£16,500|
|11 May 2007||£150,000||N/A|
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Immaculately-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat forming part of a traditional stone-built tenement. Conveniently and quietly located on a stone-cobbled side street, in the sought-after Canonmills area, just north of Edinburgh city centre. The hall gives access throughout and features a built-in store cupboard, radiator and the secured entry system. With wood-effect flooring that carries through from the hall, the front set public room includes cornice-work, an open-shelved press, and a central pendant light fitting. The stylish kitchen is set to the rear of the room, with wood-effect worktops and matching surround, inset sink, and an integrated washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, oven and an induction hob. With a rear aspect window overlooking the shared garden, the spacious double bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, open press, and carpeted flooring. Completing the accommodation and set to the rear, the shower room is fitted with a contemporary suite, walk-in cubicle with mains mixer, tiled flooring and splash walls.
Canonmills is a fashionable and sought-after area of Edinburgh's city centre. Located adjacent to the iconic New Town, Stockbridge and the bustling east end, there is a range of impressive period buildings, crescents, cobbled streets and charming historic details. Vibrant Broughton Street and nearby Stockbridge provide a range of quality independent retailers including butchers, fishmongers, cafes, restaurants, and bars; whilst supermarket shopping is provided by a Tesco off Broughton Road. Numerous parks provide eclectic green spaces including King George V Park, Inverleith Park and the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens. All the attractions of Edinburgh city centre can be reached on foot, whilst a bus service is available from Broughton Street and Broughton Road.
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