Situated in Moray Place, considered to be Edinburgh's most revered and desirable New Town address, the property is entered through a well kept communal entrance decorated by a rare frieze, mounted by a previous owner in 1851. Once inside, the apartment’s principal room is the former drawing room that still retains this status, with its two-grand floor to ceiling windows and palmette window guards overlooking the central garden. The adjoining dining room is entered, from the drawing room, through double doors surmounted by a fan light. The kitchen is equipped to a high standard and there is ample storage. To the back of the kitchen, there is a dedicated breakfast room with a southerly aspect and access to the west sun room that is also shared with the third bedroom. The master bedroom is south facing and has its own sun room and an en-suite bathroom. The second double bedroom overlooks Moray Place and the accommodation is completed by a separate shower room.
Moray Place is, quite literally, the heart of The New Town and is situated within easy walking distance of the city centre and picturesque Stockbridge, with its weekly market and range of cafes, delicatessens, bars, restaurants and shops. Locally, Comely Bank has a Waitrose, while Sainsbury’s and Mark & Spencer both have stores at the Craigleith Retail Park. Residents of Moray Place are eligible to apply for access to Moray Place’s private gardens (currently £90 pa). Stewart’s Melville College, ESMS, Fettes College, Broughton High School, St Georges School for Girls, and The Edinburgh Academy are all conveniently near. The Queensferry Road provides access to the City Bypass, Edinburgh International Airport and the Queensferry Crossing and Haymarket Station is just over half a mile away.
All fitted flooring and appliances are included in the sale.
EPC: Band D
Council Tax: Band G