Built in 1823, this is a stylish and extremely charming garden flat, forming part of a Category B listed block of Georgian terraced tenements, set in an elegant and much favoured street in Edinburgh’s highly desirable New Town . The flat is approached from pavement level by a stone stair with wrought iron hand rail, leading to a private courtyard that includes two under pavement cellars that have been converted to provide a store room and a utility room that also houses the central heating boiler. Meticulously presented, the bright accommodation consists of; hall affording access to all rooms; south facing living room combining a well-appointed integrated kitchen with double doors leading into the split level rear garden; double bedroom; second smaller bedroom and; bathroom with three piece suite and shower over the bath. The flat benefits from an attractive, well stocked south facing rear garden.
•Living room with integrated kitchen
•Gas fired central heating
•Private courtyard with two converted sub pavement cellars
•Terraced rear garden
Edinburgh’s New Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the benefits of what the city centre can offer in the way of cultural, social and shopping activities are available and the myriad variety of speciality shops, bistros and restaurants in Stockbridge are on the doorstep. Locally there is a Sainsbury's, a Waitrose supermarket at Comely Bank and a larger Sainsbury's supermarket and range of high street stores at Craigleith Retail Park that is close to Blackhall. Princes and George Streets, the main shopping streets, are close by, as are Harvey Nichols, on St Andrew Square, and the exclusive Multress Walk. The Omni Centre that includes a multi-screen cinema, a gym and various restaurants, Edinburgh St James that is currently under construction and the Edinburgh Playhouse theatre are all at the top of Leith Walk, just a short distance away.