£158,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 January 2017||£138,100||N/A|
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Light and beautifully presented, one bedroom, first floor flat, forming part of a traditional stone-built tenement. Located in the popular Easter Road area, lying just east of Edinburgh city centre. The entrance hall gives access to the majority of the property; and features carpeted flooring, a storage cupboard and space for outerwear. The tastefully finished living/dining room features carpeted flooring, plain coving, a storage cupboard and ample space for both lounge and dining furniture. Set off the living room, the stylish kitchen is fitted with wall and base units, modern splashback panelling, downlights, and a stainless steel sink with drainer. Appliances include an integrated oven, gas hob with an extractor hood above, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A double bedroom features carpeted flooring, ample space for freestanding furniture and a fixed clothes rail; whilst set internally the shower room is fitted with a modern suite, a mains mixer shower with a 'rainfall' showerhead and splash wall panelling.
Easter Road is an established and bustling east of city centre location with a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area with extensive local convenience and specialist shopping nearby, there is also a rich variety of local artisan shops, delicatessens and coffee shops. Frequent public transport is available on Easter Road, London Road and Leith Walk, with the tram line due to finish in spring 2023. Edinburgh's Royal Mile, Princes Street, the Scottish Parliament, and the Old Town are all accessible by foot, as is the Omni Centre which has a variety of bars, restaurants, as well as a fitness centre and a multi-screen cinema. The newly redeveloped St James Quarter offers a wide range of retail shops and further restaurants. Lochend Park, Holyrood Park, Calton Hill and Arthur's Seat offer open green spaces for walks and recreation.
Council Tax Band: B
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