Property history for 20 Forthview Crescent, Danderhall, Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22 1NB

3 Bed Semi-detached House with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£170,000 in June 2018 25.9%

£135,000 in December 2013

Details from last sale

in June 2018

The property

20 Forthview Crescent is a superb three bed semi detached villa set within generous garden grounds to the rear and offering spacious family accommodation in a quiet residential street. This attractive home is presented in good decorative order and provides well proportioned and light filled living space, offering all modern comforts... More

20 Forthview Crescent is a superb three bed semi detached villa set within generous garden grounds to the rear and offering spacious family accommodation in a quiet residential street. This attractive home is presented in good decorative order and provides well proportioned and light filled living space, offering all modern comforts throughout. Comprising: hall, living room, kitchen/breakfast room with door to rear garden, three good sized double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, bathroom featuring a white suite and shower. Gas central heating. Double glazing. Attic. Private gardens front and rear. On street parking.

Energy rating D

Sold property prices

Marketed by

Warners Solicitors - Property Department

0131 253 2729

22 St Patrick Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9EY

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