£365,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 July 2010||£225,000||£15,000|
|14 January 2004||£210,000||N/A|
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Spacious, beautifully presented, two-bedroom, fourth-floor (top), duplex flat, set in a modern conversion of a B-Listed Victorian schoolhouse. Located in the vibrant Leith Links area, north of Edinburgh's city centre. A welcoming entrance hall, with built-in utility storage, is finished with light, neutral decor and solid wood flooring, which features throughout the flat. Leading off the hall is a stylish, open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, offering a flexible floorplan for freestanding lounge and dining furniture, and fitted with modern kitchen units and a breakfast bar, finished with granite-effect worktops and tiled splashbacks. Appliances include an oven, a five-burner gas hob, a stainless-steel canopy, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher and a microwave. (A washing machine and a dryer are housed in a utility cupboard in the hall). Internally set is a good-sized family bathroom, comprising a three-piece suite, a shower-over-bath and a chrome, ladder-style radiator. Reached by an open, stainless-steel staircase, a mezzanine level includes a versatile, multi-purpose area, as well as a spacious double bedroom, with built-in wardrobe storage and access to a contemporary, en-suite shower room. A second double bedroom (located on the ground floor) enjoys similar generous proportions and storage.
The Leith Links district is most famous for its open parklands, one of Edinburgh's larger green spaces, with other leisure opportunities including Seafield Recreation Ground and Craigentinny Golf Course. The fashionable Shore district can be found around a mile away, with its fine selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, and the Ocean Terminal retail complex a little further beyond offers a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a wide choice of high-street retailers and restaurants. Leith Walk, Easter Road, and Great Junction Street all lie within around a mile's radius, offering a wealth of restaurants, cafés, bars, and supermarkets. There are frequent bus services in the area, as well as a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy.
Council Tax Band: F
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