£385,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|8 August 2014||£330,017||N/A|
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Promising panoramic views towards the Pentland Hills, this three-bedroom semi-detached villa offers a prime location within the ever-desirable suburb of Corstorphine. Set over three storeys, the home is attractively presented with crisp modern interiors in a tastefully understated colour palette.
On opening the front door, you step into a vestibule providing space for coats and shoes, and leading into the entrance hall. The inviting hall also houses handy under stairs storage. Immediately on your left is a bay-fronted living room finished in sophisticated crisp white and sage green tones. This room provides ample space for comfortable furniture and is further enhanced by a living flame coal-effect fire with a handsome original surround. The formal dining room, with direct access to the kitchen, echoes the elegant style of the living room. Overlooking the garden, with a sunny south-facing aspect and spectacular far-reaching views, the kitchen is fitted with a good selection of classically-styled timber cabinets, a wealth of work space and appliances. The kitchen also affords direct access to the garden and reached via a flight of stairs is a vast basement area. Here, a large utility room (with external access) is adjoined by an expansive cellar providing outstanding additional storage. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cosy home office/ bedroom.
Returning to the hallway, a stylishly carpeted stairwell leads up to the first-floor landing accommodating storage and two generous, flawlessly decorated double bedrooms. One bedroom boasts extensive fitted wardrobes, whilst another takes full advantage of the property’s south-facing aspect and scenic outlook. Finally, a pristine contemporary bathroom incorporates a WC suite and a bathtub with a digital overhead shower and glass screen. The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, a vast rear garden, a shed and a large external store. Additionally, two-car driveway, an attached single garage and good-szed front garden completes the accommodation on offer.
The highly sought-after suburb of Corstorphine lies 4 miles west of Edinburgh’s city centre. The nearby historic Corstorphine Village provides an excellent range of local amenities including shops, banks, a Post Office, restaurants, pubs, takeaways and a large supermarket. Schooling is well-catered for from nursery to secondary, and Edinburgh’s prestigious private schools are easily accessible. Home Report: ï¿½400,000. EPC: D
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