£180,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 November 2007||£143,000||£31,992|
|7 October 2005||£111,008||N/A|
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This interesting second floor converted flat forms part of a cream sandstone terraced tenement (Listed Category B) quite literally only yards away from The Shore. It has character and retains several Georgian period features including cornicing, an intricate ceiling rose, original marble fireplace, stripped floors and classic 12-paned sash-and-casement windows. Freshly decorated throughout, the unique layout (52 sqm) benefits from a dual aspect and offers scope for improvements. The charming twin-windowed living room overlooks Bernard Street and has a gas fire. There is a separate fitted kitchen boasting a delightful arched detail and built-in appliances. Quietly positioned to the rear, the bedroom is a good sized double having a large built-in cupboard. An internal bathroom has modern white sanitary ware and an over-bath shower. Number 40 has a controlled access system and well-presented stairway which was repainted in 2019. The cleaning of the stair is carried out by Edinburgh City Council and the annual share for flat 2F1 is ï¿½102.90 per annum. The flat may be of interest as a Buy-to-Let having been professionally leased for many years (with documentation).
A gas fire is installed and there is secondary PVC secondary double glazing.
There is a walled communal courtyard to the rear and on-street parking is available in nearby streets.
Steeped in history, Bernard Street is a wide plaza which was formerly the very heart of Renaissance Leith and now part of the protected Leith Conservation Area. Adjacent to Bernard Street is the vibrant Shore boasting a wealth of quality restaurants, bars and coffee shops. The grassy open spaces of Leith Links, delightful Water of Leith Walkway and other recreational amenities are only minutes away. The area has numerous local shops and a large Tesco supermarket whilst Princes Street is less than 2 miles away. Regular bus services operate and the new tram stop on Constitution Street is quite literally a few yards away.
The oven, hob, hood, washing machine and fridge/freezer are included in the sale price
The property lies in Council Tax band B and has a D-rated Energy performance Certificate.
The property has been valued by surveyors at ï¿½190,000 and the Home Report is available via the ESPC website.
To view - please call Agent on 0131 229 3399 (0759 58 20611 out with office hours).
A charming front facing public room with cornicing, centre rose, stripped floors and original marble fireplace with gas fire. Two sash-and-case windows to front
(4.78m x 4.26m / 15'8" x 14'0")
A separate fitted kitchen with white cabinets and appliances. It is accessed of the living room and has an original arched feature
(2.83m x 2.41m / 9'3" x 7'11")
The bedroom is a good double which is quietly positioned to the rear. Two cupboards provide storage
(3.08m x 3.86m / 10'1" x 12'8")
The bathroom has modern white sanitary ware comprising a bath, wash hand basin and W.C. A wall-mounted shower is positioned over the bath
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