£155,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 February 2018||£137,557||£38,807|
|15 July 2005||£98,750||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE SET - WEDNESDAY 9TH FEBRUARY @ 12NOON ** Beautifully presented, two-bedroom, traditional upper villa with a private garden and driveway, conveniently located in the popular Stenhouse area, west of Edinburgh city centre. The light and welcoming entrance hall has contemporary wood-effect flooring which continues through to the bright, front-facing public room. With space for both lounge and dining furniture, the living room has coving and a built-in storage cupboard. Through to the rear, a stylish kitchen is fitted with modern units, wood-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, an integrated fridge/freezer, oven, and an induction hob with a canopy above and a stainless steel splashback. Spacious bedroom one is set to the front, and includes carpeted flooring, a pulley drying rack, and a large built-in mirrored wardrobe. A further well proportioned double bedroom quietly overlooks the rear garden. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom consists of a white three-piece suite, a shower unit over the bath, and tiled splash walls.
Stenhouse is a long-established suburb, lying west of the Edinburgh city centre. There is a good range of amenities which include local shops and a Tesco Express, whilst supermarket shopping is available at the 24-hour ASDA at Chesser, the Edinburgh West Retail Park with Costa and M&S Food Hall, and a Sainsbury's at Longstone. Napier, Heriot-Watt, and Edinburgh universities are within easy reach, whilst leisure facilities include Nuffield Health Club, The Corn Exchange Leisure Village, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, Pure Gym on Gorgie Road, numerous golf courses and the open walking spaces of Colinton Dell and the Water of Leith. Regular bus services are available from both A71 Gorgie Road and from Stenhouse Drive, whilst tram stops are at Saughton and Balgreen.
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