£205,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 January 2020||£215,000||£60,000|
|6 August 2010||£155,000||£27,000|
|17 October 2008||£182,000||£17,000|
|24 June 2005||£165,000||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, four bedroom townhouse, set over three levels, with a private garden and a driveway, in a modern residential development in the popular Silverknowes area of Edinburgh, to the northwest of the city centre. The entrance hall has tiled flooring, carpeted stairs leading to the first floor landing and serves each room on the ground floor. Bedroom four may be flexibly used as a family room and the WC is fitted with a modern two-piece suite, whilst the stylish kitchen has a door to the rear garden and is fitted with modern units with stone-effect worktops and a stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include a gas hob and double electric oven with an extractor hood over, with further space for freestanding white goods. On the first floor, the bright living room has carpeted flooring, whilst the family bathroom features a modern white suite with a tap-mixer shower and a ladder radiator. The single bedroom has a good-sized wardrobe, and on the second floor, bedroom two is similarly well finished, and the master bedroom features carpeted flooring, a built-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room fitted with a modern two-piece suite with shower cubicle. Silverknowes is an established residential area northwest of Edinburgh centre. Local shops can be found on nearby Silverknowes Road, whilst in the nearby village of Davidsons Mains there is a Tesco Metro, Boots, banks, and post office facilities. Also within close proximity is Craigleith Retail Park, which offers a wide choice of high-street stores including a Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer, and Homebase. With the fine walks and open spaces at Cramond shore and Corstorphine Hill, the area also benefits from a selection of regarded private and state schools at all levels. For the commuter, the A90, leading north to the Forth Road Bridge, is easily accessible, whilst the city bypass is approximately four miles away.
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