Carlyle House forms part of a symmetrically arranged group of five Arts and Crafts buildings that were initially designed, in the early 20th Century, for The University of Edinburgh, in the affluent and much coveted Newington district of Edinburgh. Now part of a B listed, factored development, this is a striking second floor one bedroom flat, benefiting from established and well managed communal grounds and private parking.
In pristine condition, the accommodation comprises: vestibule leading into the hall; hall giving access to all rooms; sitting/dining room; kitchen, large enough to dine in, with both floor and wall mounted storage with tiled splash backs and integrated appliances; double bedrooms with built-in wardrobe and; tiled bathroom, with shower over the bath.
The development is factored by Ross & Liddell at a monthly charge of £50 excluding buildings insurance.
East Suffolk Park is in the heart of Newington and benefits from its proximity to Marchmont as well. There is a wide choice of local shops, cafes and restaurants. Many more shops, bars and restaurants are found on Causewayside, Nicolson Street, South Bridge, Clerk Street and along Newington Road, as well as at Marchmont. The Meadows are quite literally on the doorstep while Arthurs Seat and Salisbury Crags offer the perfect opportunity for more strenuous exercise. The Royal Commonwealth Pool is also nearby. The flat is perfectly located for The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh College of Art and the National Library of Scotland. Excellent bus services provide access to the city centre, and the A701 leads out to the City Bypass and thence to the central motorway network.