£330,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 July 2004||£448,000||N/A|
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Beautifully presented, three-bedroom, terraced property, forming part of an exclusive conversion of a traditional stone-built building within a private courtyard. Located on a quiet side street in the popular Leith Links district, to the northeast of Edinburgh city centre. The private doorway opens into the entrance hall which gives access to the stairs leading to the first floor and to the spacious living room set to the front which has decorative cornice and solid American oak flooring extending throughout the ground floor. Set off the living room, an inner hall serves a small modern WC, whilst the kitchen is set to the rear with space for dining furniture and is fitted with modern units and stone composite worktops and an inset ceramic sink. Appliances include an integrated five-burner gas hob, double electric oven, extractor hood, and a freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer. Upstairs, bedroom one is generously sized, set to the rear with carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe, whilst bedrooms two and three are set to each aspect, similarly well finished, with ample space for freestanding furniture and recessed windows. Completing the accommodation, set internally off the landing, the bathroom features a contemporary white three-piece suite, an electric over-bath shower and tiled splash walls.
Leith Links is most famous for its open parklands, one of Edinburgh's larger green spaces, with other leisure opportunities including Seafield Recreation Ground and Craigentinny Golf Course. The fashionable Shore district can be found around a mile away, with its fine selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, and the Ocean Terminal retail complex a little further beyond offers a multi-screen cinema, gym, spa, and a wide choice of high-street retailers and restaurants. Leith Walk, Easter Road, and Great Junction Street all lie within around a mile's radius, offering a wealth of restaurants, cafés, bars and supermarkets. There are frequent bus services in the area, as well as a number of primary schools, with secondary schooling at Leith Academy.
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