£199,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|21 July 2017||£181,250||£62,250|
|1 November 2013||£119,000||£1,000|
|28 July 2006||£118,000||£26,000|
|30 July 2004||£92,000||N/A|
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Bright and well presented, one-bedroom, main-door ground floor flat with a private garden. Forming part of Edinburgh's sought-after and historic stone-built colonies, located in the Leith Links area, northeast of the city centre. The entrance vestibule provides good storage space for outerwear and opens into the hall which gives access throughout the property and features a deep built-in storage cupboard. To the rear, the living room offers space for both lounge and dining furniture and features a period style fireplace, press cupboard and cornice work. Set off the living room, the separate kitchen is fitted with modern units, real-wood worktops, a sink with drainer, and an integrated dishwasher, fridge, electric oven and ceramic hob with a canopy above. The double bedroom is front facing and features carpeted flooring, an open-shelved press, a period style fireplace and a walk-in wardrobe/dresser. Completing the accommodation, set internally off the hall, are the shower room and separate WC, featuring sanitary ware, tiled flooring and splash walls, and an integrated shower cubicle with a mains mixer 'rain-fall' shower head.
The Leith Links district is most famous for its open parklands, one of Edinburgh's larger green spaces, with other leisure opportunities including Seafield Recreation Ground and Craigentinny Golf Course. The fashionable Shore district can be found around a mile away, with its fine selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, and the Ocean Terminal retail complex a little further beyond offers a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a wide choice of high-street retailers and restaurants. Leith Walk, Easter Road, and Great Junction Street all lie within around a mile's radius, offering a wealth of restaurants, cafés, bars, and supermarkets. There are frequent bus services in the area, as well as a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy.
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