£225,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|10 July 2020||£215,000||N/A|
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Spacious and beautifully presented, three-bedroom, mid-terrace family home with private gardens. Set in a quiet residential area, the property is located in the popular coastal town of Musselburgh, to the east of Edinburgh. The bright entrance hall has space for outerwear and freestanding storage, offers an under-stairs cupboard, and grants access throughout. The spacious living room is set towards the front, and features carpeted flooring, coving, and a large picture window affording lots of natural light. The generously sized dining kitchen is fitted with modern units, stone-effect worktops, and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include an integrated ceramic hob, extractor canopy, electric oven, fridge/freezer and a freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer. With plenty of storage and ample room for dining furniture, the kitchen also gives access to a convenient rear porch which, in turn, opens to the rear garden. Upstairs, bedroom one features laminate flooring and a large fitted wardrobe with sliding doors. Bedroom two, set to the front, has contemporary wood-effect flooring, whilst single bedroom three includes a cupboard and can be flexibly used as an office. Completing the accommodation, the shower room has a modern, white two-piece suite with built-in storage, a cubicle with a mains rainfall showerhead, and modern panel splash walls.
Musselburgh, also known as "The Honest Toun," lies on the coast of the Firth of Forth approximately six miles east of Edinburgh. There is a wide variety of local retailers and national names, with banks, building societies and post offices, along with a large supermarket in the town centre, and a selection of smaller supermarkets at the outskirts. There is an excellent range of recreational facilities including restaurants, a library, Brunton Theatre, a sports centre with swimming pool, Monktonhall Golf Course, Musselburgh Racecourse, water sports at Fisherrow Harbour and delightful walks along the River Esk. Regular bus services pass through the town, whilst frequent rail services are also available from the station on the southern edge of the town, giving commuters access into the heart of Edinburgh.
Council Tax Band: D
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