£117,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|27 July 2018||£126,000||£9,500|
|17 September 2014||£116,500||N/A|
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***CLOSING DATE SET FOR 12 NOON ON TUESDAY 22/05/2018***Well-presented and well proportioned, two-bedroom, end-terrace house, with gardens and a driveway, located in an established and popular residential area of Penicuik, Midlothian. The entrance hall has space for outerwear and gives access to the stairway and living room. Set to the front, the bright lounge has a feature fireplace, wood-effect flooring and a pendant light fitting. Off the living room is the kitchen, with space for a dinner table, and a door to the rear garden. Fitted units include wood-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, tiled splashback, and a gas cooker. On the first floor, bedroom one is set to the front and features built-in wardrobes across one wall and two built-in store cupboards. Bedroom two is rear facing and also has built-in wardrobes and a built-in store cupboard. A bright bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite, including a shower above the bath. Penicuik is a Midlothian town in a rural setting, a short drive from the Edinburgh bypass. Ideally placed for commuters, Penicuik offers a broad range of amenities including good local shopping, Tesco and Lidl supermarkets, banking and post office services, and numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes. Well-regarded schooling at all levels is available locally, and there is a library, and a leisure centre with a gym and swimming pool. Lying between the Pentland Hills and River North Esk, the adjacent countryside caters for a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, cycling, golf, and skiing at the Hillend dry-ski facility. The A701 and A702 provide extensive links north and south, and there are regular bus services linking to Edinburgh centre and other local destinations.
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