£199,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|26 May 2020||£215,100||£58,600|
|11 August 2006||£156,500||£8,000|
|13 May 2005||£148,500||N/A|
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Three-bedroom, semi-detached home with private gardens, set in a quiet cul-de-sac within a modern residential development, located in Southhouse, close to the Edinburgh bypass, to the south of the city centre. Edinburgh. Upon entering the property, the hall leads to the stairs and opens into the spacious and bright living room which features a box bay window, quality wood-effect flooring, coving, TV and phone points, and ample space for both lounge and dining furniture. An open inner hall provides access to a sizeable cupboard, a WC with a modern two-piece suite, and through to the kitchen. With room for dining furniture and French patio doors out to the garden, the modern kitchen has stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, fitted wall and base units, a tiled backsplash, an integrated oven and gas hob with a canopy above. Freestanding appliances include a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. Upstairs, there is a cupboard for storage and the access hatch for the loft. The master bedroom is set towards the rear and includes a built-in wardrobe and a modern en-suite shower room. A further double bedroom is front-facing with a box bay window, whilst the single bedroom also offers a cupboard for storage. Completing the accommodation, the family shower room consists of a modern white two-piece suite, a shower cubicle, and tiled flooring and splashwalls. Southhouse lies roughly four miles south of the city centre. There is well-regarded schooling from nursery to senior level within the vicinity, and local amenities include a range of shops, Gracemount Leisure Centre and Gracemount Health Centre. The area is adjacent to one of the main routes in and out of the city, the A701, with numerous rural and city-based bus services close by. Proximity to the city bypass makes for quick and easy access to major routes to other parts of the country. A good choice of shopping is on hand including a Tesco Express, with further extensive supermarket and high-street shopping available at the Cameron Toll Shopping Centre and at Straiton Retail Park. IKEA and Costco are also nearby.
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