£200,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 April 2022||£210,000||£75,750|
|30 September 2005||£134,250||N/A|
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Tastefully presented and rarely available, two-bedroom, first floor flat with private parking, quietly set in a modern development in Edinburgh's desirable Cramond area, to the northwest of the city. A generous hall gives access to all rooms except the kitchen and includes ample space for outerwear and a deep built-in store cupboard. Set to the front, the spacious dual-aspect public room features carpeted flooring, wall-mounted lighting, and a box-bay window with open leafy views. Set off the lounge, the kitchen also has space for a breakfast table, and has modern fitted units, stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated oven and gas hob with a canopy above. Two well proportioned double bedrooms are set to either aspect and feature carpeted flooring and ample room for freestanding storage, with bedroom one also featuring a walk-in wardrobe. Set internally off the hall, the bathroom is fitted with a modern suite, including a mains shower over the bath, tiled flooring and splash walls.
Cramond is an exclusive and historic village on the River Forth, on the northern outskirts of Edinburgh, with excellent local shopping facilities at nearby Barnton and Davidson’s Mains. There is good local shopping, whilst The Gyle Shopping Centre has an extensive range of high-street names, and a Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer can be found at Craigleith Retail Park. Cramond's waterfront offers fine views over the Forth to Fife, pleasant walks by the River Almond, a pedestrian causeway linking to Cramond Island, along with prestigious golf courses and open parks nearby. The area is served by excellent nursery, primary, and secondary schools, both state-run and private sector. Convenient bus services and the city bypass and M8 are within close proximity, giving easy access to the Forth Road Bridge and motorway network.
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