£150,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|19 July 2022||£149,350||£1,650|
|29 November 2019||£151,000||£31,000|
|10 February 2017||£120,000||£1,882|
|19 October 2007||£118,118||£48,118|
|7 October 2005||£70,000||N/A|
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**RECENTLY CHANGED TO FIXED PRICE, £10,000 BELOW VALUATION** Well presented, one-bedroom, front-set, ground-floor flat, set in a traditional stone-built tenement, located in the popular Bonnington area, to the north of Edinburgh city centre. Access is gained to the flat via the entrance hall which has laminate flooring, two storage cupboards (one of which houses a freezer) and the secure entry handset. The bright and well-proportioned living room/kitchen features wood-effect flooring, a decorative fireplace and a recessed window which offers plentiful natural light. The kitchen, which is to the rear of the living area, is fitted with traditional wall and base units, wood effect worktops, a tiled surround, a stainless steel sink and a separate unit including a breakfast bar and storage. Appliances include a freestanding electric cooker and fridge, with a washing machine housed in a pantry cupboard. The double bedroom has two recessed windows, carpeted flooring and a shelved alcove, whilst, set internally off the hall, the bathroom is fitted with a contemporary white three-piece suite with an electric shower over the bath, tiled walls and flooring.
Bonnington lies roughly a mile and a half north of the city centre and is situated a short distance from Broughton Road and Leith, and is therefore well-served by a range of local amenities, including shops, schools, and a good choice of leisure and recreational facilities. The Water of Leith runs through the area, with the 12-mile Water of Leith Walkway following its route from Balerno to Leith. All the amenities and attractions of the city centre are easily accessible by car or by public transport. Further facilities can also be found in the vibrant Shore area, which features a wealth of popular bars and restaurants, whilst The Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre provides a multi-screen cinema, Marks & Spencer Food Hall, restaurants, and high-street shopping.
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