£195,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|4 August 2008||£150,000||£52,500|
|14 August 2003||£97,500||N/A|
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This charming main door, lower flat (Listed Category B) forms part of a small terraced row within the Dalry Colonies. It is a solidly built property of character boasting several original features including panelled doors, authentic cast iron fireplace and stripped floorboards. It's central yet peaceful location is sure to appeal to purchasers of all age groups and landlords alike. The layout (52 sqm) provides a living/dining room overlooking the garden and a sunny rear-facing fitted kitchen. There is also a double bedroom and shower room with extractor fan. An L-shaped entrance hall gives access to all rooms and a good sized storage cupboard. Gas-fired central heating is in place.
Argyll Terrace forms part of the Dalry Colonies which is a quaint cobbled enclave in a protected Conservation Area set back from Dalry Road. It is just yards away from Haymarket Rail Station and will soon benefit from the new âQmile' development which is set to feature exciting retail and leisure space. There are a range of excellent bars, delicatessens and restaurants in the immediate area and the location is most convenient for commuters accessing Edinburgh Park via bus or tram. Several local shops (including a Co-op and Marks &Spencer's food hall) cater for everyday needs. Fountain Park Leisure, Union Canal and access to cycle paths are all close by.
Gardens and Parking
The property enjoys the benefit of its own private garden to front which is well-kept and is laid to lawn with a traditional clothes line and timber shed. Zoned parking is available nearby.
Some light fittings and curtains are included in the sale price.
Council Tax Band C &EPC D
The property has been valued by surveyors at ï¿½200,000 and the Home Report is available via the ESPC listing.
To arrange a viewing, call Agent on 0131 229 3399
(3.98m x 4.24m / 13'1" x 13'11")
(3.97m x 3.15m / 13'0" x 10'4")
(3.97m x 3.15m / 13'0" x 10'4")
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