£195,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|22 July 2019||£210,000||£45,000|
|24 November 2015||£165,000||£7,000|
|13 July 2012||£158,000||N/A|
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Immaculately presented, three bedroom, end-terrace family home with private gardens, set in a quiet residential cul-de-sac within a modern development, located in popular Dalkeith, in Midlothian. The entrance hall has carpeted stairs leading up to the landing, allows access to the modern WC, and opens into the bright and spacious, front-facing living room, with laminate flooring and ample space for lounge furniture. With French doors to the rear garden, the dining kitchen is fitted with modern units, stone-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink and tiled splashbacks. Appliances include an integrated gas hob, electric oven, extractor hood and fridge/freezer, with a freestanding washing machine available by negotiation. Upstairs, bedroom one features carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe, whilst corner-set bedroom two, set to the front, likewise has carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe. Single bedroom three may be used flexibly as a guest room or study, and the recently fitted, fully tiled bathroom has a modern white three-piece suite with a mains mixer shower over the bath and a ladder radiator. Eskbank and Dalkeith are situated in Midlothian, some eight miles from Edinburgh city centre, and offer excellent local amenities throughout, including a variety of supermarkets. Conveniently located, the city bypass can be reached in a few minutes, providing excellent commuter links to central Edinburgh, the surrounding areas, and to some of Edinburgh’s largest retail parks, with Straiton providing a Sainsbury's supermarket, Boots, an M&S food store and other high-street names, as well as one of Scotland's two IKEA stores. Fort Kinnaird retail park is also within easy reach, providing a diverse array of shops and restaurants. With good local schooling available from primary to secondary level, the area benefits from a regular public transport service operating to and from Edinburgh and beyond, with excellent links to East Lothian. For leisure and recreation, the area is home to Dalkeith Country Park, with its wealth of family-friendly activities, as well as to numerous walks along the River Esk.
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