Property history for 35/4 Caledonian Crescent, Edinburgh, EH11 2AH

1 Bed First Floor Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£133,000 in December 2017 15.5%

£115,150 in October 2009

Details from last sale

in December 2017

The property

An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this desirable one bedroom first floor flat, well located within the popular Dalry area of Edinburgh and making for an ideal first-time buyer or Buy-to-Let opportunity. Viewing of this property is highly recommended. Internally the accommodation is in good order, briefly consisting of an... More

An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this desirable one bedroom first floor flat, well located within the popular Dalry area of Edinburgh and making for an ideal first-time buyer or Buy-to-Let opportunity. Viewing of this property is highly recommended. Internally the accommodation is in good order, briefly consisting of an entrance hallway, WC, an open plan lounge with a large adjacent cupboard and modern kitchen. A good sized double bedroom with built-in storage and a shower room with extractor completes the rooms. This property further benefits from, high ceilings, gas central heating and full double glazing. Externally there are communal grounds accessed via the stairway and more than adequate on-street parking to accommodate for residents and visitors alike.Extras (Included in sale): All fixtures, fittings, fitted floor coverings, white goods and appliances.

Energy rating C

Sold property prices

Marketed by

McEwan Fraser Legal

0131 253 2263

130 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4LB

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