£140,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|8 February 2019||£110,000||£36,000|
|8 March 2013||£74,000||N/A|
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*CLOSING DATE SET FOR TUESDAY 11TH JANUARY AT 3 PM* Spacious and well presented, three-bedroom, dual-aspect, first floor flat, situated in a residential area, perfectly located for the commuter in the popular coastal town of South Queensferry, to the west of Edinburgh. The entrance hall serves each room within the property, has carpeted flooring and two storage cupboards. Set to the rear, the light and spacious living room features carpeted flooring, a ceiling mounted light fitting and a large, south-facing picture window affording plenty of natural light. The well proportioned dining kitchen is fitted with contemporary units, solid stone worktops with an upstand, an inset steel sink, and includes space for freestanding dining furniture. Appliances include an integrated five-ring gas hob with an extractor hood and a double oven, with space for freestanding white goods. There are two generously sized double bedrooms set to the front, with bedroom one offering a large built-in wardrobe, whilst flexible bedroom three is similarly well finished, also with a built-in wardrobe. Completing the accommodation, the fully tiled bathroom is fitted with a contemporary, white three-piece suite with an electric shower over the bath, and a ladder radiator.
South Queensferry is a picturesque town which sits on the Forth shore between the three iconic bridges. Numerous shops line the cobbled main street, where there is a large choice of pubs, bistros and restaurants, whilst there is a large Tesco and several more restaurants to the south of the town. South Queensferry and Port Edgar Marina offer many watersports, and there are coastal walks and trails through the Dalmeny Estate. West Lothian has country parks at Beecraigs and Muiravonside, plus a network of cycle and bridle paths. A popular commuting town for Edinburgh and Fife, it lies close to major road links, with regular commuting train services available from Dalmeny station and frequent local bus services throughout.
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