Property history for 16B Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh, EH7 5DD

3 Bed Garden Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£680,000 in May 2018 38.5%

£491,000 in July 2012 100.4%

£245,000 in March 2009

Details from last sale

in May 2018

The property

Description Located in the prestigious area of the New Town this superb main door garden flat benefits from a delightful enclosed south-facing garden to the rear. The property lies within close walking distance of all the amenities and attractions of the City Centre. To the rear the property has been tastefully extended adding a lovely... More

Description Located in the prestigious area of the New Town this superb main door garden flat benefits from a delightful enclosed south-facing garden to the rear. The property lies within close walking distance of all the amenities and attractions of the City Centre. To the rear the property has been tastefully extended adding a lovely sunny living area which is open plan to the kitchen/dining room. The interior is bright and generously proportioned with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The well presented accommodation comprises – entrance vestibule; reception hall with storage area/recess; sitting room providing access into the garden and open plan to the kitchen/dining room that is fitted with base units; utility room located off the hall; spacious master bedroom with en-suite shower room; double bedroom 2 with doors to the rear garden; double bedroom 3 with built-in wardrobe; large boxroom/study; and family bathroom fitted with a four piece suite. The property benefits from access to the magnificent 12acre Regent Gardens with tennis courts and children’s play area. Location Carlton Terrace forms part of William Playfair's contribution to the epic Georgian architecture of the New Town. Built in 1824, the terrace looks over Leith to the Firth of Forth and although located in the City centre with all its amenities close by, is positioned on an elevated cobbled road off the main arterial routes. A cosmopolitan range of independent shops is close at hand at the top of Leith Walk and the shops of the City Centre including Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, Jenners and the variety of shops on George Street are within easy walking distance. Everyday needs can be found at the Tesco on Picardy Place and a larger Sainsbury's at Meadowbank Retail Park. The Playhouse Theatre and a number of excellent art galleries and museums are also close at hand as are the many amenities of the City Centre. Bars and bistros of Broughton Street are also on the doorstep. Waverly Train Station, St Andrew's Bus Station and the Tram Terminus are also all within walking distance. Garden To the rear of the property is a lovely enclosed south-racing rear garden. It has a patio area and a raised lawn with attractive borders. To the front is a large patio area where there are two cellars, one of which is dry-lined. Parking On street there is ample zoned residents' parking. Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale price as are the hob, oven, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge, and washing machine. The garden shed is also included in the sale price. Services The property is heated by gas central heating.

Energy rating C

Sold property prices

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Simpson & Marwick

0131 253 2171

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

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