POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE TO RESIDENTIAL USE, SUBJECT TO ALL RELEVANT PLANNING CONSENT BEING SOUGHT.
ARCHITECT DRAWINGS AND PLANS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST, TO CONVERT INTO A 1 BEDROOM OR 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Moray Place is probably Edinburgh's most revered and desirable New Town address. It is an eminent paradigm of Georgian architecture and 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.
On the south side of Moray Place and within an A listed symmetrical classical palace block, this piano nobile apartment has recently been used, with The City of Edinburgh Council’s approval, as office accommodation. There is now the opportunity to return this significant space to a stunning residence, subject to the relevant planning consent being sought.
Sharing the hall and grand staircase of the original house, the apartment is spacious, with classical proportions, high light levels and full servicing.
The apartment’s principal room is the former drawing room with its three grand floor to ceiling windows and palmette window guards overlooking the central garden, its intricate cornice and curved apsidal wall. In terms of size and significance, it will make a most spectacular and covetable living space.