£250,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 March 2004||£171,925||N/A|
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This well-presented, modern, semi-detached, three bedroom, two-storey villa with gardens, driveway and views to the Pentland Hills, is located in Edinburgh's Stenhouse district, west of the city centre. The entrance hall serves the ground floor and has a deep under-stairs store, wood-effect laminate flooring, and carpeted stairs to the upper storey. A carpeted, triple-aspect living room with a shelved press, offers ample space for dining and opens to the rear garden via an external door. An extra-large dining kitchen, with tiled floor and sliding doors to the conservatory, features modern units with laminate worktops and splashback tiling. Appliances include a gas hob with extractor canopy over, an electric oven, and plenty of space for additional white goods. With French doors to the garden, the conservatory benefits from timber-framed double glazing, a fully-tiled floor, and fitted blinds. Upstairs, served by a carpeted landing with two deep storage cupboards, are three good-sized carpeted double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and an extensively tiled bathroom with a white suite, including an over-bath mixer shower.
Stenhouse is a long-established suburb, lying west of the Edinburgh city centre. There is a good range of amenities which include local shops and a Tesco Express, whilst supermarket shopping is available at the 24-hour ASDA at Chesser, the Edinburgh West Retail Park with Costa and M&S Food Hall, and a Sainsbury's at Longstone. Napier, Heriot-Watt, and Edinburgh universities are within easy reach, whilst leisure facilities include Nuffield Health Club, The Corn Exchange Leisure Village, Craiglockhart Sports Centre, Pure Gym on Gorgie Road, numerous golf courses and the open walking spaces of Colinton Dell and the Water of Leith. Regular bus services are available from both A71 Gorgie Road and from Stenhouse Drive, whilst tram stops are at Saughton and Balgreen.
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