£250,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 November 2007||£170,000||£27,350|
|28 October 2005||£142,650||N/A|
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This stunning traditional ground floor flat is situated within a popular and convenient locale. The property has been upgraded by the current owners and is presented in walk-in condition. The accommodation is well laid out and offers a versatile layout which is complemented with fresh décor and modern specifications while retaining period charm and appeal. Internally comprising long L-shaped hallway, Lounge, modern fitted breakfasting kitchen with integrated appliances, two double bedrooms, dining room/bedroom 3, instantly impressive bathroom with stylish décor, tiling and fittings and excellent storage throughout.
Further features include new gas central heating system with Hive, EPC rating D, professionally refurbished sash and case windows and access to the roof which offers stunning panoramic views.
South Queensferry is a picturesque town which sits on the Forth shore between the two iconic bridges. Numerous shops line the cobbled main street and there is a large choice of pubs, bistros and restaurants and hotels within the town. There are currently three primary schools, with plans for a fourth and one large high school. Early years are also catered for. Further facilities within the town include gyms, swimming pool, library, doctor’s surgery, dental surgeries and pharmacies. Port Edgar marinaoffers many recreational activities and there are coastal walks and trails through the Dalmeny and Hopetoun Estates. Neighbouring West Lothian has country parks at Beecraigs and Muiravonside, plus a further network of cycle and bridle paths. A popular commuting town for Edinburgh and Fife, it lies close to major road links; regular commuting train services are available from Dalmeny station; and there are frequent local bus services.
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