£150,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|27 October 2006||£125,000||N/A|
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A two bedroom First Floor Flat situated in the popular Balgreen area of Edinburgh. The well proportioned accommodation offers an excellent opportunity for a First Time Buyer or Buy-to-Let opportunity with accommodation comprising a welcoming entrance hallway with storage cupboard, a spacious lounge with two windows set to the front, fireplace and a large store cupboard, two double bedrooms, the principle offering a triple mirrored wardrobe, a modern fitted kitchen and three piece bathroom with a shower over bath. The kitchen offers an excellent range of base and wall cabinets with complimentary work surfaces with an integrated gas hob, extractor canopy, electric oven and stainless steel splashback. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, window blinds and a private area of garden and communal drying green. The property would benefit from some upgrading and offers an excellent opportunity, with early viewing highly recommended.
Balgreen is a popular and convenient residential area of the city lying approximately three miles west of the city centre. The local area boasts a wealth of amenities and services with a number of small independent shops, and a Library within a few minutes on foot, a Tesco Express at Stenhouse Cross and a large branch of Sainsbury at Murrayfield. Balgreen Nursery and Primary schools are also within a few minutes on foot and have an excellent academic reputation. The lovely open spaces of Saughton Park with its Sports Complex, skate park, play park and rose garden offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy the open air and there are delightful leafy river bank walks along the Water of Leith, which also links with the Union Canal towpath and the city’s cycle path network. Murrayfield Ice Rink and Stadium are within a short walk. Balgreen tram stop provides a direct link with both Edinburgh International Airport and the city centre, and there are excellent bus services to and from Princes Street and to many other parts of the city. Proximity to Corstorphine Road ensures ready access to the Airport, central motorway network and the Queensferry crossing.
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