£185,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 September 2009||£153,000||£20,000|
|16 January 2004||£133,000||N/A|
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This is a superb main door, lower villa (75m sq) forming part of a red sandstone terrace. The property is in good decorative order throughout and retains many original features including cornicing and stripped wooden flooring. The generous accommodation comprises, entrance vestibule, hall with two storage cupboards, spacious sitting/dining room with bay window and gas fire set in a feature marble fireplace, modern fitted kitchen with appliances and door to garden, two good sized double bedrooms, one with mirror fronted fitted wardrobes and a part tiled shower room with two piece white suite and separate cabinet with shower. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
There is a small front garden with gate to the street whilst there is an enclosed, well maintained private garden with large wooden shed located to the rear of the property and there is unrestricted on street parking to the front.
The popular coastal town of Musselburgh is situated on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth at the mouth of the River Esk. It is surrounded by unspoilt countryside and offers delightful walks along the river, promenade and links. Leisure facilities are varied including the famous Musselburgh racecourse, a choice of golf courses, theatre, harbour, sailing, cycling, swimming pool/sports centre and a modern private gymnasium. The town retains its original market town shape, which is now lined with numerous shops including a choice of banks along with a wide range of supermarkets including a large Tesco. There are excellent educational facilities including the Queen Margaret University. Transport links to Edinburgh include a railway station and regular bus services. Fast main roads link easily with the A1, which in turn provides access to the City Bypass, major motorway connections and Edinburgh International Airport.
Front facing lounge with bay window, gas fire set in a feature fireplace, shelved alcove, cornicing and stripped wooden floor.
(4.90m x 4.30m / 16'1" x 14'1")
Rear facing modern fitted kitchen with appliances and door to garden
(3.90m x 2.21m / 12'10" x 7'3")
Rear facing double bedroom with mirror fitted wardrobes and storage cupboard containing the gas boiler
(5.07m x 2.52m / 16'8" x 8'3")
Rear facing double bedroom
(4.34m x 2.59m / 14'3" x 8'6")
Rear facing fully tiled bathroom with white two piece suite and separate shower cabinet.
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