£430,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 November 2013||£272,000||N/A|
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Tastefully presented and spacious, two-bedroom, main door, garden flat, with a private patio garden. Forming part of an impressive stone-built Georgian building, the property is located in Edinburgh's desirable and iconic New Town area of the city centre. The bright entrance hall features a built-in storage cupboard, solid wood flooring extending throughout the main rooms and gives access to each room within the property. The open plan living/dining room and kitchen are set to the rear, offering ample space for both lounge and dining furniture, and provides access to the garden room which features French patio doors to the garden. Set to one side of the room, the kitchen is fitted with wall and base units, stone effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a tiled surround, unit downlights, and with appliances including a freestanding washing machine, and an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven, gas hob and canopy. Set to the front, bedroom one is generously sized with a built-in wardrobe; whilst bedroom two is similarly well finished, also set to the front with a built-in wardrobe. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is set internally off the hall, and has a fitted three-piece suite with a shower over the bath, tiled splash walls, a shaver point and a ladder-style radiator.
New Town is a superb central location with a diverse choice of local amenities, including cafés, bars and restaurants, along with the city’s main attractions including George Street, Princes Street and its gardens, museums, and galleries. Forming part of the Edinburgh UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is dominated by impressive Georgian townhouses, cobbled streets and exclusive gardens. Extensive high-street shopping is available on both Princes Street and George Street, with multiple supermarkets conveniently located around the city centre, along with a Tesco Superstore on Broughton Road and a Waitrose at Comely Bank. The Omni Centre features a multi-screen cinema and a health club, whilst Bannatyne’s Gym is located on Queen Street; and the newly refurbished St James Quarter also offer many high-street names, restaurants, gyms, and multi-screen cinemas. This highly desirable position is within close reach of Waverley Station and convenient public transport links are available from throughout, including the direct tram service to the Airport from York Place.
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