£240,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 September 2017||£177,000||£7,500|
|27 March 2009||£184,500||N/A|
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Immaculately-presented and spacious, two bedroom, third floor apartment, set on the corner-aspect of a modern and factored residential development. The property is conveniently located in Edinburgh's Bonnington area, east of the city centre. The bright and generous hallway gives access throughout and features three built-in store cupboards, the entryphone handset, and stylish wood-effect flooring continuing into the living spaces. A spacious open-plan public room features ample space for lounge and dining furniture, and includes Juliet balconies with French patio doors, TV/phone points, and well-spaced modern light fittings. The kitchen is open to the lounge and includes stone-effect worktops with a matching upstand, a sink with drainer, and an integrated electric oven and ceramic hob with a canopy above and a stainless steel backsplash. The master bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, TV point, and a modern en-suite shower room with a two-piece suite and an integrated cubicle, tiled splash walls and a shaver point. Bedroom two is similarly well-finished and also features a pendant light fitting and a built-in wardrobe. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is set internally off the hall, and is fitted with a three-piece suite including a showerhead fitting for over the bath, a ladder-style radiator, and tiled splash walls.
Bonnington lies roughly a mile and a half north of the city centre and is situated a short distance from Broughton Road and Leith, and is therefore well-served by a range of local amenities, including shops, schools, and a good choice of leisure and recreational facilities. The Water of Leith runs through the area, with the 12-mile Water of Leith Walkway following its route from Balerno to Leith. All the amenities and attractions of the city centre are easily accessible by car or by public transport. Further facilities can also be found in the vibrant Shore area, which features a wealth of popular bars and restaurants, whilst The Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre provides a multi-screen cinema, Marks & Spencer Food Hall, restaurants, and high-street shopping.
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