£310,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 December 2015||£265,269||£95,269|
|6 November 2009||£170,000||N/A|
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Light and tastefully-presented, three bedroom, mid-terrace house, with private gardens, located in a quiet residential cul-de-sac in Edinburgh's desirable Bellevue area, just north of the city centre. The entrance gives access to the lounge and the stairway to the first floor, and offers space for outerwear. Varnished wood flooring continues from the hall throughout the ground floor, with the bright front-facing living room featuring a bay window, feature fireplace and access to a deep under-stair storage cupboard. Set off the living room, the kitchen has a door out to the rear garden and a built-in store cupboard, and includes fitted units, a sink with drainer, a tiled surround, washer dryer, and an integrated BOSCH fridge/freezer, dishwasher and oven and gas hob. Also set off the rear of the living room is a flexible third bedroom or potential dining room. On the first floor, there is further original wood flooring continuing from the hall into two well-proportioned double bedrooms set to both aspects. Generously-sized, front-facing bedroom one also includes a built-in wardrobe, press cupboard and a feature fireplace. Completing the accommodation, the family bathroom overlooks the rear garden and is fitted with a modern three-piece suite, including a mains shower over the bath, and tiled splashwalls.
Bellevue is a convenient and popular area, close to Edinburgh's city centre, adjacent to the New Town, the bustling East End and Leith Walk. There is a mix of stone-built tenement properties, family homes, and modern residential developments. A high amenity area, there is an extensive choice of convenience and specialist shopping and supermarkets on Leith Walk, whilst Broughton Street and nearby Stockbridge provide a range of quality independent retailers including butchers, fishmongers, cafes, restaurants, and bars, as well as a Tesco store on Broughton Road. Outdoor spaces include King George V Park, Inverleith Park and the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens. All the attractions of Edinburgh city centre can be reached on foot, whilst frequent bus services are available from Leith Walk.
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