£270,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|4 November 2019||£249,000||£74,000|
|30 July 2004||£175,000||N/A|
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Light, tastefully presented and spacious, two-bedroom, third (top) floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone-built tenement and located in Edinburgh's highly sought-after Morningside area, just south of the city centre. A spacious entrance hall offers a cupboard, space for outerwear, the secure entry handset, and has ample room for freestanding storage furniture. With views towards the south, the light and spacious living room includes ornate cornice-work, a feature fireplace, an open shelved press, and can easily accommodate both lounge and dining furniture. The well formed kitchen is set internally and has natural light from a skylight and from an internal window shared with the lounge. The kitchen is fitted with modern units, stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, and a tiled surround. Appliances include an integrated oven, gas hob, and an extractor over, and a freestanding dishwasher and washing machine. The two double bedrooms are set to the north aspect, with bedroom two offering carpeted flooring, while bedroom one has wood flooring and extensive built-in wardrobes. Completing the accommodation, the spacious bathroom has a white fitted suite, a mains shower over the bath, and tiled splash walls.
Morningside is a highly-desirable residential area to the south of Edinburgh city centre, with the bustling local streets offering popular bistros, restaurants, bars, cafes, and specialist shops, together with one of the city's two Waitrose supermarkets. Schooling in the local area include the highly-esteemed South Morningside Primary, St Peter’s RC Primary, Boroughmuir High School, and many renowned private schools. Morningside is known for its leisure provision including the Dominion Cinema, public parks such as Braidburn Valley and the Hermitage of Braid, as well as various golf courses and sports centres. The A702 offers access to the city bypass to the south, whilst regular bus services are available from the A702 and Morningside Drive.
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