£199,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|5 May 2017||£178,255||£5,755|
|13 June 2008||£172,500||£52,500|
|30 June 2005||£120,000||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, two bedroom, mid-terrace house, with private enclosed gardens. The property is located in a residential development in the Corstorphine area, to the west of Edinburgh city centre. The entrance hall features carpeted stairs leading up to the first floor landing, engineered hardwood flooring extending through the ground floor, and affords access to the the light and well proportioned front-facing living room which offers access to the under-stairs cupboard. French doors open into the dining kitchen which has patio doors to the rear garden and space for a dinner or breakfast table. Fitted modern units include wood-effect worktops with a tiled backsplash, a sink with drainer, an integrated oven, gas hob and canopy, with a freestanding fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. On the first floor, a spacious double bedroom is set to the front with excellent built-in storage and space for additional freestanding furniture. Bedroom two, set to the rear, has laminate flooring and space for freestanding storage. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fitted with a modern three-piece suite, including a mains shower over the bath and tiled splashwalls.
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 bypass, Gyle and Gogarburn. There is local shopping throughout with a range of amenities on St. John's Road, whilst a 24-hour Tesco superstore and the nearby Hermiston Gait Retail Park and Gyle shopping centres offer an 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 a David Lloyd Club, a choice of local golf courses, and Edinburgh Zoo. The area has frequent public transport to both Edinburgh and further afield and a range of highly-regarded nurseries and schools through all levels.
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