£160,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|26 June 2007||£38,100||N/A|
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Well presented, two-bedroom, triple-aspect, second (top) floor flat, set on a residential street, located in the popular Trinity area, to the north of Edinburgh city centre. The carpeted entrance hall opens into the well proportioned, front-facing living room which features carpeted flooring, a storage cupboard and decorative electric fire with surround. Set off the living room, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary wall and base units, stone effect worktops, a stainless steel sink and tiled splashbacks. Appliances include an integrated gas hob, electric oven, extractor hood, and a freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer. Bedroom one is set to the rear, and features carpeted flooring and two fitted wardrobes; whilst bedroom two is similarly sized and finished and includes wood laminate flooring and spotlighting. Completing the accommodation, the fully tiled bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite with a tap-mixer mains shower over the bath.
Trinity is a popular area, close to excellent local shopping and some of Edinburgh's finest open spaces. The nearby neighbourhoods of Stockbridge and Canonmills are home to a variety of delicatessens, cafés, restaurants, butchers, and greengrocers, while the area is also well-served by supermarkets, including the nearby Tesco at Canonmills, Morrison's on Ferry Road, and an ASDA at Granton. The Shore also offers a selection of independent eateries, including several Michelin-starred restaurants and local artisan shops. Recreational options include cycle paths and walkways along the scenic Water of Leith, the famous Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park, as well as the Ainslie Park Leisure Centre. The city centre can be easily reached, with frequent public transport links to town readily available directly from Granton Road, or from nearby Ferry Road and Newhaven Road. There is a choice of well-regarded public schools such as Wardie Primary, Granton Primary, Trinity Acadamy and Broughton High School, as well as private schools close by, including Edinburgh Academy and the iconic Fettes College.
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