Moray Place is probably Edinburgh’s most desirable New Town address. It is a supreme example of Georgian architecture and considered one of the most important and best preserved examples of urban planning in Britain.
This circular terrace, surrounding a private pleasure garden, was designed by James Gillespie Graham.
Dating from 1822, Category ‘A’ listed 18a Moray Place is a charming main door flat accessed by gated steps descending from pavement level to a paved area and forms part of one of Gillespie Graham’s remarkable terminal pavilions.
The meticulously presented accommodation comprises:
• Welcoming and utterly comfortable living room with fire place and hearth and built in storage and shelving system
• Separate fully fitted kitchen with wall and floor storage, down lit work surfaces with tiled splash backs and integrated appliances
• Bright double bedroom with built-in wardrobe
• Second bedroom
• Tiled wet room with three-piece suite and heated ladder towel rail
• Potential rent - £1,200-£1,300pcm
Externally, there is a lined cellar that makes a very useable additional space and two further under-pavement cellars.
Apart from the wet room and entrance’s tiled floor, there are engineered wooden floor throughout.
The flat has gas central heating.
Moray Place’s tranquil private central garden is available to its residents upon successful application when they pay an annual subscription for access to it.
Listing: The property is Category ‘A’ listed and lies within the New Town Conservation Area.