£135,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|27 July 2007||£115,500||£33,500|
|24 June 2005||£82,000||N/A|
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60 Waverley Street is a well-proportioned terraced 1950’s villa which enjoys a sunny south-facing aspect on a mature estate affording distant views to Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills. It is a well-designed brick built house (74 sqm) which would be an ideal choice for a first time buyer, couple or small family. There is a welcoming hall/staircase with built-in storage and a comfortable south-facing living/dining room having a window to both front and rear. Giving direct access to the rear garden, the separate fully fitted kitchen is lined by modern fitments and includes built-in appliances. The two double bedrooms and bright bathroom (with white sanitary ware) are found upstairs.
Gas central heating is complemented by replacement uPVC double glazing and cavity wall insulation.
The front and rear gardens are fully enclosed and will prove very easy to maintain. There are two useful timber sheds and a rear access (for bicycles etc).
The small town of Mayfield is situated midway between the A68 and A7 making this an ideal choice for commuters to Edinburgh (8 miles). It has expanded in recent years through modern development leading to the construction of a modern High School. There is a choice of primary schools, a Scotmid and other small shops, medical centre, park and well served bus routes. Large supermarkets are available in nearby Dalkeith (2 miles) and Straiton.
Blinds, floor coverings, carpets, gas hob, hood, double oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine and timber sheds are included in the sale price.
The property has been valued by surveyors at ï¿½145,000 and the Home Report is available via the ESPC web site.
It is in Council Tax Band B and has a C rated Energy performance Certificate.
To view telephone Agents 0131 243 1230 (0759 58 20611 out with office hours).
An L-shaped room with windows to front and rear plus south-facing aspect
(3.60m x 6.10m / 11'10" x 20'0")
A well fitted kitchen with modern units and built-in appliances.
(3.00m x 3.00m / 9'10" x 9'10")
A good sized double bedroom with view and built-in storage
(3.80m x 3.00m / 12'6" x 9'10")
A second double bedroom with two storage cupboards.
(3.70m x 3.00m / 12'2" x 9'10")
A modern bathroom with white sanitary ware
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