£150,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|24 November 2017||£109,000||£14,000|
|26 October 2009||£95,000||N/A|
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Light and tastefully-presented, one bedroom, ground floor flat, set quietly to the rear of a traditional stone-built tenement, and conveniently located in popular Leith, an area with a lively atmosphere and an excellent range of amenities. The hall gives access throughout and features a built-in store cupboard, space for outerwear, a traditional clothes pulley, and the entryphone handset. A good-sized lounge features two open-shelved press recesses, a window seat with storage space underneath, plain coving and a central pendant light fitting. The kitchen includes real-wood worktops, a sink with a drainer, and a tiled surround, with freestanding appliances including a fridge/freezer, cooker with gas hob, and a washing machine. The well-proportioned double bedroom offers ample space for freestanding storage and includes period cornice-work, a recessed window, and a central pendant light fitting. Set internally, the bathroom is fitted with a modern suite, including a shower over the bath and tiled splash walls.
Leith is a renowned and historic port area of Edinburgh, and is a vibrant city location with a wealth of boutique shops, cafes, bars, eateries, specialist shops, and supermarkets located throughout. Balfour Street itself is a quiet and leafy residential side street, situated between the open green spaces of Pilrig Park and the conveniences of bustling Leith Walk on the other, including popular cafe Artisan Roast located just on the corner. The nearby Shore also features a cosmopolitan range of bars, bistros, and Michelin-starred restaurants; whilst Ocean Terminal, the Omni Centre, and the soon-to-be-completed St James Quarter offer many high-street names, restaurants, gyms, and multi-screen cinemas. For further outdoor recreation, there are numerous public parks and squares to be found within close proximity, including the expansive Leith Links and The Water of Leith. With good road links including the A199 and A900, frequent bus services are available from Leith Walk, with the new tram extension also expected to complete in 2023.
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