Property history for 13/7 Allanfield, Edinburgh, EH7 5YJ

2 Bed Second Floor Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£205,500 in May 2018 47.8%

£139,000 in May 2010

Details from last sale

in May 2018

The property

***CLOSING DATE SET WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL AT 12NOON*** An opportunity has arisen to purchase a fantastic and well-presented, compact two-bedoom property located in a modern development low-rise development to the east and north of the City Centre, nestled in-between Leith & Meadowbank. This two-bedroom, second floor flat, has been finished... More

***CLOSING DATE SET WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL AT 12NOON*** An opportunity has arisen to purchase a fantastic and well-presented, compact two-bedoom property located in a modern development low-rise development to the east and north of the City Centre, nestled in-between Leith & Meadowbank. This two-bedroom, second floor flat, has been finished to a good standard and provides its occupants both beautiful views, as well as up-to-date amenities and services very close to hand. Accommodation includes an entrance hallway, spacious living room and dining area, newly installed modern kitchen with fitted appliances and washing machine, main double bedroom with built in wardrobe (mirror fronted sliding doors), second double bedroom with built in wardrobe and up-to-date bathroom with electric shower. The property has electric heating and parking is available. Princes Street can be reached on foot in under fifteen minutes. The flat's enviable position is such that Brunswick Street, Hillside and Easter Road are only a stone's throw away with a whole host of commercial amenities, including specialty shops and wide spectrum of bars and popular restaurants. Ideal for a first-time buyer to be based near the heart of the city without the hustle and bustle of daily traffic, or for a buy-to-let investor. EPC Rating D. Council Band D. Allanfield is a nearly 30 year old purpose-built private development, approximately one mile from Princes Street on the New Town side of the City of Edinburgh. The sunlit living room offers views to the south-west of its position, looking towards the both the top of Leith Walk and Balmoral Hotel. With the ongoing development of the St. James Centre, after completion in 2020/2021, the apex of this impressive hub of activity will be visible from the property too. Regular bus services within the surrounding areas interlink Allanfield to many other parts of the city with very easy access to not just the New Town, but also to the Old Town through the bottom of the Royal Mile. Furthermore, an expedited route is available to the city bypass, Portobello, Musselburgh and beyond through Seafield & Sir Harry Lauder Roads. In short, the accessibility of Allanfield's desirable location is one which few properties could boast.

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