£215,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 August 2004||£160,250||N/A|
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** FIXED PRICE £10,000 BELOW VALUATION ** Well-presented, three bedroom, end-terrace house, with gardens, an allocated garage and off street parking, set on a corner plot and located in a quiet and leafy residential area of East Craigs, west of Edinburgh city centre. An entrance hall gives access to the stairway, lounge, and features a deep built-in store cupboard and space for outerwear. Set to the front, the lounge includes wood-effect flooring, coving, and a central light fitting. Open to the lounge, creating a dual-aspect living space, the dining area features carpeted flooring and gives further access to the kitchen. A modern fitted kitchen features gemstone worktops, a contemporary splash-back surround, a sink with drainer, washing machine, fridge/freezer, and an integrated electric oven, induction hob and a canopy. Set off the kitchen, a large conservatory offers a further public room for the property and has French patio doors to the garden. On the first floor, two double bedrooms are set to both aspects and feature wood-effect flooring and built-in mirrored wardrobes. A single bedroom is front-facing; whilst set to the rear is a bright bathroom with a three-piece suite including a mains shower over the bath, and a shaver point. East Craigs is ideal for both the city commuter and those working outwith the city, offering quick and easy access to the major routes on the western side of Edinburgh. The Edinburgh city bypass, M8, and routes to West Lothian and the Forth Road Bridge are easily reached by car, as are the shopping centre and business parks at The Gyle and Hermiston Gait, offering a selection of high-street retailers, as well as Morrisons and Tesco supermarkets. Around a mile or so from the property lies St John's Road, the main shopping thoroughfare of Corstorphine, which has a good mix of national and local retailers, as well as bars, restaurants and service outlets. Primary schooling is available at Clermiston Primary, with a well-regarded secondary school at Royal High.
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