£130,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 May 2022||£135,000||£48,750|
|11 June 2015||£86,250||£3,500|
|26 September 2014||£82,750||N/A|
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Beautifully presented, one-bedroom, south-facing, main door flat set on the ground floor with a generous private garden. Set back from the road in a desirable and leafy cul-de-sac setting, the property is situated in the established residential area of The Inch, south of Edinburgh city centre. Entered from the rear of the building, a reception area offers space for outerwear. Stepping into the kitchen area, there are large, easy-maintenance floor tiles and spotlight fittings, while the lounge area features carpeted flooring and plain coving. The fitted kitchen includes stone-effect worktops with a matching upstand and a breakfast bar, a sink with drainer, an integrated oven, and a gas hob with a canopy above. Set off the lounge with a rear-facing window, the bedroom has space for freestanding storage, and features carpeted flooring and plain coving. From the bedroom, there is further access to the wet room-style shower room featuring contemporary wall panelling, a two-piece suite, a mains shower and further access to a deep built-in store cupboard.
The Inch is an established residential area south of Edinburgh city centre, offering an extensive mix of family orientated housing, with local shopping located throughout. A Morrisons supermarket is on Gilmerton Road, whilst Cameron Toll Shopping Centre, Straiton, and Fort Kinnaird retail parks offer an extensive list of high-street names, superstores and supermarkets. Public parks and green spaces are also situated throughout, whilst the Braid and Pentland Hills, and Liberton golf course offer open spaces. The Inch is an ideal location for the Royal Infirmary and Edinburgh University, whilst schooling is well-represented from nursery to senior level. Regular public transport is available from Gilmerton Road and nearby Kirk Brae.
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