£265,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 December 2017||£277,500||£27,500|
|29 February 2016||£250,000||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented and spacious, three bedroom, semi-detached home with gardens and a single detached garage, nestled to the rear of a quiet cul-de-sac and bordered by open farmland in the sought-after Balerno area, south-west of Edinburgh centre. The entrance hall features ample space for outerwear storage, and gives access to the lounge, kitchen and the WC with two piece suite. Set to the front the living room has French doors opening to the flexible dining room/family room. The kitchen is also set in the middle of the floor-plan connecting the hall with the rear extension and features, unit downlights, a tiled surround, American style fridge/freezer, and an integrated dishwasher, microwave, oven, 5 ring gas hob and canopy. A breakfast bar extends into the rear facing family room extension which features; a skylight window and patio doors to the garden. On the first-floor, two well-proportioned double bedrooms are set to both aspects and feature built-in wardrobes; whilst bedroom three is front facing with a built-in store cupboard. A family bedroom features a fitted three piece suite including a shower above the bath. Balerno is a sought-after residential village, some eight miles south-west of the city centre. Lying off the A70, it is ideal for commuting by bus or car, with the nearby City Bypass connecting to the main trunk routes and Edinburgh airport. The thriving community supports a range of local shopping, services and amenities, including sports clubs, a swimming pool, and well-regarded primary and high schools. There are supermarkets at The Gyle and Hermiston Gait retail parks and at Colinton and Longstone. Balerno lies on the edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park and is convenient for pleasant woodland pathways along the Water of Leith, around Harlaw and Threipmuir, and in Balerno's Malleny Gardens, with golf courses at Dalmahoy and Baberton.
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