Property history for 16 Millar Crescent, Edinburgh, EH10 5HW

2 Bed Flat - Maindoor with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£355,000 in February 2020 71.3%

£207,250 in August 2007

Details from last sale

in February 2020

The property

Forming part of a traditional tenement building, 16 Millar Crescent is a superb 2 bedroom main door flat situated in a prime residential area close to an abundance of local amenities and the City Centre. The interior is tastefully presented throughout and offers bright accommodation with the benefit of charming period features, a private... More

Forming part of a traditional tenement building, 16 Millar Crescent is a superb 2 bedroom main door flat situated in a prime residential area close to an abundance of local amenities and the City Centre. The interior is tastefully presented throughout and offers bright accommodation with the benefit of charming period features, a private front garden and direct access to a shared garden to the rear. The well proportioned accommodation comprises – entrance vestibule with a glazed door opening to the hall with a storage cupboard off; sitting/dining room with a front facing bay window and original period fireplace; modern fitted kitchen with all appliances; double bedroom 1, with a walk in storage room and additional storage cupboard, and doors providing direct access to the shared rear garden; double bedroom 2 situated to the front with a period fireplace; and bathroom fitted with a bath with shower above, wc and wash hand basin. Location Morningside is one of Edinburgh's most sought-after residential districts and lies approximately 2 miles to the south of the city centre. Morningside and nearby Bruntsfield offer a wide range of local and specialty shopping, including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, a traditional Butcher, Fish monger and Cheese monger, as well as the privately owned Dominion Cinema and an excellent choice of restaurants and bars. The Hermitage of Braid, Blackford Hill and Braidburn Park are popular recreational areas and the extensive Pentland Hills Country Park is situated nearby at Hillend, also home to a dry ski-slope. The area has many fine golf courses including The Merchants, Mortonhall and the Braid Hills Golf Centre. The city centre is easily accessible by car or by excellent public transport services from outside the property and Morningside Road. A short drive south takes you to the Edinburgh City bypass offering rapid access to Straiton Retail Park, The Gyle and Gogarburn, Edinburgh International Airport, and the M8 and M9 Motorways. Excellent schooling is easily accessible in both the state and private sectors. Garden The property benefits from a private south facing front garden with mature flower bed and shrub surrounds. There is also a well maintained shared garden to the rear accessed from double bedroom 1. Parking Parking is by way of a Residents' Permit on payment of the usual annual fee. Fixtures and Fittings All fitted floor coverings, blinds, light fittings, hob, oven, extractor hood, fridge/freezer, washer dryer and the over mantle mirror are included in the sales price. Services The property is heated by a gas central heating system and is fitted with double glazing.

Council Tax Band D
Total Floor Area 76 m2
Energy rating D

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Simpson & Marwick

0131 253 2171

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

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