£125,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|11 June 2021||£132,000||£19,000|
|4 April 2008||£113,000||£38,000|
|13 May 2005||£75,000||£54,460|
|13 January 2003||£20,540||N/A|
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This end terraced villa will suit purchasers of all ages as is an ideal starter home or an opportunity to downsize. It has also proven to be a good buy-to-let investment as rental demand is strong in this area. The property occupies an elevated position affording spectacular views of Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills. The house is bright and sunny having a south-facing aspect and the layout (74 sqm) is very practical. There is a comfortable living room and separate fitted kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor. Upstairs is a large L-shaped double bedroom (with scope to create a small study area) plus a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an easily maintained bathroom/shower.
Gas fired central heating is complemented by uPVC double glazing.
There are fully enclosed private garden to the front, side and rear and unrestricted on street parking.
Hughes Crescent is a quiet no-through cul-de-sac on a mature 1970’s estate at the outskirts of this popular small town. Surrounded by open countryside, Mayfield lies between Dalkeith and Newtongrange offering ready access to the A68 and A7. It has expanded in recent years through modern development evolving into a popular commuter base with the City Bypass and Shawfair Park and Ride facility only a few minutes’ drive away (Edinburgh is a distance of 10 miles). There are several local amenities including primary schools, modern High School, medical practice and a number of shops.
Fitted carpets, blinds and the built-in oven, hob and hood together with the fridge/freezer, washing machine are included in the sale.
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The property has been valued at ï¿½130,000 and the Home Report is available via the ESPC listing.
The property lies in Council Tax Band B and has an C EPC rating.
A bright public room with wide window and access door to garden
(5.49m x 4.03m / 18'0" x 13'3")
A modern fitted kitchen with ample cabinets/work tops and built-in oven, hob and hood
(3.54m x 2.64m / 11'7" x 8'8")
An L-shaped double bedroom with distant view and scope to sub divide to create a study area/dressing room
(5.48m x 3.22m / 18'0" x 10'7")
A sunny, south-facing double bedroom with fitted wardrobes
(3.52m x 2.74m / 11'7" x 9'0")
A bright bathroom with white bath (electric shower over), W.C. and wash hand basin.
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