£155,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|31 October 2014||£128,000||£15,200|
|6 January 2012||£112,800||£14,733|
|25 August 2006||£127,533||£7,533|
|17 November 2005||£120,000||£6,000|
|31 August 2004||£114,000||N/A|
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Tastefully-presented, south-facing, two-bedroom, modern semi-detached villa with gardens and a driveway. Located in a modern, maintained and family orientated residential area of Tranent, East Lothian. The entrance hall has carpeted stairs to the first-floor landing and quality flooring that continues throughout the ground floor. South-facing and set to the front, the lounge offers ample space for freestanding furniture, plain coving, and a central light fitting. Set across the rear of the floor plan and off of the lounge, the kitchen has space for a dinner table, access to a deep built-in store, and a door to the rear garden. Fitted units include stone-effect worktops, a tiled surround, stainless steel sink, fridge, washing machine and an integrated oven, gas hob and extractor fan. On the first floor, bedroom one features a front aspect window and excellent storage provision with two built-in stores and a built-in mirrored wardrobe. Bedroom two is set to the rear overlooking the garden and has plenty of space for freestanding furniture and a central light fitting. Completing the accommodation, a bright family bathroom is fitted with a contemporary suite including a mains shower over the bath and tiled splash walls.
Tranent is a historic town in East Lothian, located just off the A1, and offers a mix of modern housing developments surrounding the old town centre with its traditional stone-built buildings. The vibrant centre has supermarkets including an ASDA and ALDI, a doctor's surgery, leisure centre, library, and post office, whilst Fort Kinnaird and Straiton retail parks have an extensive range of major high-street names, restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Set amid rolling countryside, Tranent is well-placed for access to the East Lothian coastline and many superb beaches. Commuting into Edinburgh, there is direct access via the A1 to the city bypass and A199. There are also regular bus services available from the High Street, and train services from nearby Musselburgh, Wallyford, or Prestonpans.
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