Property history for 3 Monktonhall House, Monktonhall, Musselburgh, Midlothian, EH21 6SA

1 Bed First Floor Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£124,000 in March 2018 6.4%

£116,500 in February 2016 -0.3%

£116,800 in July 2007 410%

£22,902 in January 2004

Details from last sale

in March 2018

The property

*UNDER OFFER* Immaculately presented, one bedroom first floor flat situated within the highly sought after residential district of Monktonhall in Musselburgh. This charming property forms part of a converted mansion house giving this property a truly unique feel. The flat is within close proximity to Queen Margaret University,... More

*UNDER OFFER* Immaculately presented, one bedroom first floor flat situated within the highly sought after residential district of Monktonhall in Musselburgh. This charming property forms part of a converted mansion house giving this property a truly unique feel. The flat is within close proximity to Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh Train Station and Musselburgh Golf Course, with an abundance of local and independent shops available on Musselburgh High Street. This property is bright, tastefully decorated and comprises of an entrance hallway, spacious living room/dining room, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom with built in storage and a shower room with WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. The property also has the added benefit of double glazing, gas central heating and ample residential parking, with a shared flower garden and secure entry phone system.

Energy rating D

Sold property prices

Marketed by

Anderson Strathern - Edinburgh Office

0131 253 2732

1 Rutland Court, Edinburgh, EH3 8EY

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