£475,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 February 2013||£370,000||N/A|
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This tastefully-presented, three-bedroom detached, two-storey bungalow, with gardens and driveway, is quietly located, on the southern slopes of Corstorphine Hill in sought-after Corstorphine, west of the city centre. An L-shaped hall, with understairs storage, WC, deep press, and a timber staircase with skylight over, serves the ground floor. The spacious living/dining room features large windows with fine views over the rear garden and city skyline to the Pentland Hills. Off the living room is a fitted kitchen with laminate worktops and splash tiling. Integrated appliances include a gas hob, electric oven, and microwave, with space for additional white goods. To the front is a carpeted family room with a triple-bay window which can also be used as a fourth bedroom, a spacious master bedroom with full-width fitted wardrobes, and a contemporary, fully-tiled, en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower. On the upper level, served by a good-sized landing with study area, are two dual-aspect double bedrooms with wood flooring, and a shower room with contemporary fittings. Corstorphine is a sought-after, established residential area with a historic village centre surrounded by an extensive range of housing types. A west of city location makes for quick access to the city centre, city by-pass, Gyle and Gogarburn. There is local shopping throughout, and a 24-hour Tesco superstore and the nearby Hermiston Gait Retail Park and Gyle shopping centres offering a further extensive range of high street names. Numerous family-friendly public parks and the woodlands of Corstorphine Hill can be found in the area, whilst leisure facilities include the Capital Hotel Gym, David Lloyd Club, a choice of local golf courses, and Edinburgh Zoo. The area has highly-frequent public transport to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a range of highly-regarded nurseries, and schools through all levels.
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