£180,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 May 2019||£155,169||£61,169|
|2 December 2005||£94,000||N/A|
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BACK ON THE MARKET. Quite literally only minutes away from Haymarket Rail Station and a wealth of West End attractions, this top floor flat (40 sqm) will be a perfect starter home or buy-to-let investment. It forms part of a traditional stone-built tenement with an entry system. The property itself has been upgraded in recent years and is beautifully presented with many attractive features. Its combined living room has a west-facing window, feature electric fire/fireplace and stylish fitted kitchen area with appliances. There is also a good sized double bedroom, a modern shower compartment/wash hand basin and separate W.C (also with WHB).
Modern electric heaters are complementd by replacement UPVC double glazing.
Number 23 is found near the end of this quiet cobbled street forming part of popular Dalry on the boundary with the West End. Lidl, Scotmid, tram stop/airport link, restaurants, coffee shops, bars, cinemas and major art galleries are all available within the immediate vicinity. Excellent bus services operate along the adjacent Dalry Road (A70) and Haymarket Rail Station offers excellent connections (including Glasgow, Fife and many English stations). Fountainpark Leisure Park, Edinburgh’s financial sector, Princes Street, the renovated canal and delightful Water of Leith Walkway/cycle track are also readily accessible .
The property benefits from a shared communal garden. There is ample parking having both pay meters and zoned permit bays on and around Cathcart Street.
The mortgage valuation is ï¿½175,000 and the Home Report is available from the ESPC web site.
The property lies in Council Tax Band B and has a D rated Energy Performance Certificate.
Carpets, floorcoverings, blinds, electric fire, oven, hob, hood, fridge and washing machine.
To view telephone Agents 0131 243 1230 (or 07595820611 out with office hours)
A well presented living room to front with electric fire and double glazed window. The smart fitted open plan kitchen area includes integrated appliances, washing machine and fridge. Sizes quoted exclude the window recess
(5.06m x 4.32m / 16'7" x 14'2")
A front-facing bedroom with built-in wardrobe
(3.08m x 3.70m / 10'1" x 12'2")
A toilet compartment with white W.C. and hand basin
A modern shower compartment with step-in shower cabinet and fitted vanity basin/cabinet.
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