£125,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|4 September 2008||£105,000||£30,000|
|19 December 2003||£75,000||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, two-bedroom, mid-terrace house, located in a quiet residential area of Tranent, East Lothian. The entrance hall has space for outerwear and gives access to the both ground-floor rooms and the carpeted stairway to the first-floor. Set to the rear, a good-sized living and dining room features a door to the garden, carpeted flooring and a pendant light fitting. To the front, the modern fitted kitchen is open to the hall and features stone-effect worktops, stainless steel sink with drainer, and an integrated electric oven, ceramic hob and canopy with tiled splash-back. On the first floor, the double bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, TV point, wood-effect laminate flooring and a pendant light fitting. Bedroom two is set to the rear also with wood-effect laminate flooring and a pendant light fitting. The bathroom is fitted with a contemporary three piece suite including a mains mixer. shower above the bath. Tranent is a historic town in East Lothian, located just off the A1, and offers a mix modern housing developments surrounding the old town centre with traditional stone-built buildings. The vibrant centre has supermarkets, a doctor's surgery, leisure centre, library, and post office, whilst Fort Kinnaird and Straiton retail parks have an extensive range of major high-street names, restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Set amid rolling countryside, Tranent is well-placed for access to the East Lothian coastline and many superb beaches. Commuting into Edinburgh, there is direct access via the A1 to the city bypass and A199. There are also regular bus services available from the High Street, and train services from nearby Musselburgh, Wallyford, or Prestonpans.
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