This is a substantial four-bedroom third (top) floor flat, forming part of an early 19th century B listed mid-terraced tenement in the heart of Edinburgh’s iconic New Town, on highly fashionable Dundas Street. It is spacious and bright, lying on an east/west axis, and has recently been redecorated throughout; most of the flat has timber tongued and grooved floor boards that have recently been revealed and now require sanding and finishing. The accommodation comprises: vestibule leading through to the hall that is naturally lit by a ceiling mounted Velux window and has a built-in cupboard; generously proportioned living room with twin full height windows, retaining their original wrought iron window guards, overlooking Dundas Street, Adam style fire place and panelling topped by a dado rail; kitchen with a westerly aspect, large enough to fit a full size dining table and fitted with floor and wall mounted storage units, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and integrated appliances; palatial master bedroom with twin three quarter height windows and a further three double bedrooms; tiled bathroom with white three piece suite and shower over the bath; separate shower room and; a further separate water closet.
•Three further bedrooms
•Traditional sash and case windows
•Gas fired central heating
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.