£199,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|19 May 2006||£145,000||£23,500|
|23 June 2003||£121,500||N/A|
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Beautifully presented, two-bedroom, corner-set flat on the fourth (top) floor of a modern, factored apartment block, set in a residential development just off Leith Walk, to the northeast of Edinburgh city centre. The entrance hall has laminate flooring, a generously sized storage cupboard, a secure entry phone, and a mirror and two shoe storage cabinets included in the sale, and serves each room within the flat. Set to the rear of the property, and with aspects to the side and rear, the bright and spacious living room features laminate flooring, french doors to a Juliet balcony, a pendant light fitting, a curtain rail and curtains, and offers ample room for freestanding furniture with a glass door cabinet and mirror included in the sale. The kitchen is fitted with contemporary units, stone effect worktops and a stainless steel sink, with appliances including a microwave and an integrated gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. There are two carpeted double bedrooms, both including a built-in wardrobe, pendant light fittings and blinds. Whilst set internally off the hall, the bathroom is fitted with a modern three-piece suite with an over-bath shower, tiled splashbacks and a wall-mount mirror.
Leith Walk is a major thoroughfare connecting the east end of Edinburgh city centre to Leith in the north, consisting mainly of traditional Victorian tenement properties. A high amenity area, there is an extensive range of convenience, specialist shopping and supermarkets. The Shore also offers a cosmopolitan range of bars, bistros, and Michelin-starred restaurants; whilst the Ocean Terminal complex has many high-street names, restaurants, a gym, and a multi-screen cinema. There are numerous public parks and squares, including the expansive Leith Links, Pilrig Park, and The Water of Leith. There are frequent bus services in the area; a tram line due to finish in spring 2023; and there are a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy, just south of Leith Links.
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