£300,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|4 November 2016||£250,000||£50|
|31 August 2007||£249,950||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented and exceptionally spacious, three bedroom, second floor quayside apartment, with a private balcony and a view to the Firth of Forth, Leith Docks, and across to Fife. Set in a modern and factored residential development, the property is located in the popular Newhaven area, north of Edinburgh city centre. The generous hallway gives access throughout and features the entryphone system, two built-in store cupboards, and offers space for freestanding storage. A spacious and impressive corner-aspect public room features ample room for both lounge and dining furniture and gives further access to a good-sized private corner balcony. Set to one side, the modern kitchen features recessed spot lighting, fitted units, stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a mosaic-tiled surround, unit downlighting, and an integrated dishwasher, double oven, and a 5-ring gas hob with a canopy above. There are three well-proportioned double bedrooms, two of which include built-in wardrobes, with the master bedroom additionally offering a generous en-suite bathroom with tiled splash walls and a shaver point. Set internally off the hall, a utility room includes a washing machine, fitted units, a sink with drainer, and additional space for storage. The shower room is also set internally off the hall, and is fitted with a contemporary two-piece suite and a corner cubicle, tiled splash walls and a shaver point.
Newhaven area and its historic harbour lie on the Firth of Forth coastline, with a mix of period stone-built dwellings and modern factored residential developments. There is a wide range of local amenities on hand nearby, and a superb choice of restaurants, bars, and cafés are available at the renowned Shore area. A 24-hour ASDA lies a short distance from the property, and there is abundant shopping in Leith with numerous high-street stores, whilst there is a Marks & Spencers Foodhall, cinema, and numerous high-street names at Ocean Terminal complex. Well-regarded schooling is available within the area, and regular public transport is available from Western Harbour Drive, Lindsay and Newhaven roads, with the new tram extension into Newhaven expected to complete in 2023.
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