£175,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 October 2017||£140,000||£12,000|
|27 November 2015||£128,000||N/A|
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Bright and well presented, two-bedroom, mid-terraced home, with an enclosed rear garden and an allocated parking space. Located in a quiet and modern residential development, in Gorebridge, Midlothian. The front entrance opens directly into a good-sized public room with wood-effect flooring, an under-stair storage cupboard, and provides access to the kitchen and the carpeted stairway to the first floor. Rear-facing, the kitchen has a door to the garden, access to the WC and store room, contemporary flooring and a spotlight fitting. Modern fitted units include wood-effect worktops with matching upstand, a sink with drainer; a freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer; and an integrated oven and gas hob with a canopy above. On the first floor, two well-proportioned bedrooms are set to either aspect and included carpeted flooring, with front-facing bedroom one, also featuring a built-in wardrobe and pleasant views. Completing the accommodation, set internally, the bathroom is fitted with a modern suite, including a mains shower mixer over the bath and tiled splash walls.
Gorebridge is a long-established and expanding rural Midlothian village, some 10 miles southeast of Edinburgh. Popular with commuters, the village offers a range of local amenities along the main street, including a supermarket store, a variety of leisure and recreational facilities and five primary schools; whilst the highly-regarded Newbattle High School is the catchment secondary school. Nearby Dalkeith offers all the range of amenities expected of a large town; whilst Straiton Retail Park provides a Sainsbury's supermarket, Boots, an M&S food store and other high-street names along with one of Scotland's two IKEA stores. In addition, there is an excellent bus service, a station on the Borders Railway, and the A7 providing swift links to the bypass and motorway network.
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