£250,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 October 2007||£170,000||N/A|
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Tastefully presented and flexible, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat, with private gardens. Located in the vibrant Leith Links area, north of Edinburgh's city centre. A generous vestibule features a period mosaic tiled floor, and opens to an L-shaped hallway giving further access to the main rooms and offering cloak/storage space. To the front is an impressive southerly-facing room featuring a bay window, ornate cornice work, a gas fireplace, with decorative surround, a press cupboard and a central pendant light fitting. Rear-facing, a spacious kitchen has French doors to the rear garden and offers space for dining furniture and the potential for a two-bedroom/one-public room orientation. Fitted kitchen units include a height-adjustable, stone-effect worktop, with a matching upstand, a sink with a drainer, an integrated fridge/freezer, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a slide-and-hide oven and a ceramic hob. Set off the kitchen is a flexible room offering a potential, separate utility room, office or store room. A double bedroom is also rear-facing, and has varnished hardwood flooring, a central pendant light fitting, and sliding doors to the wet room. A shower room is generously proportioned, offering ample space for conversion to a family-style bathroom if desired.
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: D
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