Property history for 12/6 Rodney Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4EA

2 Bed Third Floor Flat with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£311,500 in April 2018 55.8%

£200,000 in June 2013 12.4%

£178,000 in July 2004

Details from last sale

in April 2018

The property

Description Located in the popular and convenient area of Canonmills, this bright and tastefully presented third/top floor flat forms part of a traditional Victorian tenement. The property benefits from a variety of local amenities on the door step and also lies within walking distance to the City Centre. Internally, the property offers... More

Description Located in the popular and convenient area of Canonmills, this bright and tastefully presented third/top floor flat forms part of a traditional Victorian tenement. The property benefits from a variety of local amenities on the door step and also lies within walking distance to the City Centre. Internally, the property offers superb accommodation that is complemented with some charming period features such as cornicing and stripped and varnished floorboards. Also, to the front there is a lovely open outlook. The impressive accommodation comprises – hall with storage cupboard; sitting room with a bay window to the front; kitchen/dining room with utility recess off and fitted with base and wall mounted units; two spacious double bedrooms; boxroom/study with skylight and shower room fitted with a modern, stylish three piece suite. Location Canonmills is situated just to the north of the city centre and only a short walk to the commercial heart of Edinburgh, Princes Street and George Street. Canonmills offers all the convenience of city centre living combined with the benefit of good local amenities. There is an array of high quality restaurants, bars and shops in the surrounding area, especially on nearby Broughton Street. There are excellent shopping facilities at Multrees walk and leisure facilities at the Omni include; a multi-screen cinema and Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Gym. There is a Tesco Superstore conveniently located on Broughton Road, and a Waitrose supermarket can be found a short drive away at nearby Comely Bank. The delightful open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park, King George V Park and the impressive Water of Leith walkway and cycle path, are also within close proximity. There are excellent bus services to the city centre, and Waverley rail station and St Andrews Square bus station are also within walking distance. Garden To the rear of the property is a well maintained shared garden. Parking On street and in nearby streets there is ample zoned residents' parking. Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, blinds, curtains in double bedroom 1, curtain poles/rails and light fittings are included in the sale price as are the hob, oven, extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The bathroom cabinet and glass wall shelves are included in the sale price as well as the built-in desk in the boxroom/study. All other wall shelves in double bedroom 2 and the boxroom/study will not be included in the sale price. All mirrors will not be included in the sale price. Services The property is heated by gas central heating and there is double glazing.

Energy rating E

Sold property prices

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Simpson & Marwick

0131 253 2171

Albany House, 58 Albany Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3QR

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