Property history for 39 Guardwell Crescent, Edinburgh, EH17 7JA

4 Bed Detached House with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£330,007 in September 2017

Details from last sale

in September 2017

The property

This attractive two storey detached villa was constructed by Bellway in 1996 with white render and red facing brick elevations, beneath a pitched tiled roof. The generous interior offers a most comfortable family home with the benefit of gas fired central heating, and double glazed windows with uPVC frames. The owners have undertaken... More

This attractive two storey detached villa was constructed by Bellway in 1996 with white render and red facing brick elevations, beneath a pitched tiled roof. The generous interior offers a most comfortable family home with the benefit of gas fired central heating, and double glazed windows with uPVC frames. The owners have undertaken various upgrades over recent years including the re-fitting of the kitchen and utility room to provide a good range of cream fronted storage units, complimented by black granite worktops - both with drop-in sinks. A luxury re-styled en-suite shower room has also been created for the master bedroom which now displays a white three piece contemporary suite with a large base shower unit. The sitting room and dining room are separated by twin glazed natural French doors, the front facing sitting room featuring a handsome timber fireplace surround which houses an efficient coal effect fire, a marble inset and hearth. All four bedrooms have wide built-in wardrobes, and there is a useful cloakroom on the ground floor, accessed from the entrance vestibule. The popular district of Liberton lies on the south east side of the city, approximately three and a half miles from Princes Street. Local shopping can be found nearby at Aldi and a Morrison’s stores, while the comprehensive facilities of Cameron Toll Shopping Centre are around one mile away. Both primary and secondary schooling is within easy striking distance and regular bus services on Gilmerton Road run to and from the city centre and other surrounding districts. Kings Buildings, part of Edinburgh University, is around five minutes away, while a fast route is available to the city bypass, offering links with East Lothian, Edinburgh International Airport, and the M8 and M9 motorway network. The Royal Infirmary can be reached in a few minutes by car, and for the sporting enthusiast there are several golf courses nearby including Liberton Golf club which lies just to the south, while the Commonwealth Pool is only a short car journey away. Guardwell Crescent sits to the west of Gilmerton Road, between Ellen’s Glen Road and Guardwell Glen. Number 39 lies within the north side of the development. There is a small area of garden to the front of the house, adjacent to the driveway which offers off-street parking for two cars and access to the integral garage. The much larger south facing back garden is fully enclosed, and has been attractively landscaped over two levels to create a generous shaped lawn, a large full width paved patio, and many colourful mature shrubs. The area can enjoy good hours of sunshine. The property will be sold with all fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds, most light fittings, together with the following kitchen appliances: the double oven Range Master cooker, filter hood, integral dishwasher, refrigerator and wine cooler, and the free standing freezer and washing machine in the utility room. The property is listed as band F

Energy rating C

Sold property prices

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Sayer Burnett Solicitors

0131 253 2994

43-45 Circus Lane, Edinburgh, EH3 6SU

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