Situated in Moray Place, considered to be Edinburgh’s most revered and desirable New Town address, this bright and generously proportioned five bedroom double upper apartment comprises: entrance hall with stairs leading to the third floor accommodation which comprises; sitting/dining room with two feature fireplaces and three large windows overlooking Moray Place gardens; breakfasting kitchen with ample wall and base units, mirrored splashback and integrated appliances with spectacular views over Dean Gardens; double bedroom with feature fireplace; and a tiled shower room with white three piece suite.
Stairs off the hallway provide access to the fourth/top floor accommodation which comprises; three generous bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a study; and the family bathroom with four piece, separate shower cubicle and bath, which completes the accommodation.
The property has the benefit of gas central heating and storage cupboards throughout, which add to the appeal of the property.
Access to four private gardens (Moray, Ainslie, Randolph and Bank) is available upon successful application with an annual fee payable.
Moray Place is, quite literally, the heart of The New Town and is situated within easy walking distance of the city centre, with all it has to offer and picturesque Stockbridge, with its weekly market and range of cafes, delicatessens, bars, restaurants and shops. Comely Bank has a Waitrose, while Sainsbury’s and Mark & Spencer both have stores at the Craigleith Retail Park that are all local. Residents of Moray Place are eligible to apply for access to Moray Place’s private gardens and the Gallery of Modern Art, Murrayfield, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park, Drumsheugh Baths and the Dean Tennis Club are close by. Stewart’s Melville College, the Mary Erskine School, Fettes College, Broughton High School, St Georges School for Girls, and The Edinburgh Academy are all conveniently near.