- Updated On:
- 26 February 2024
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Spacious traditional Victorian basement flat, situated in Edinburgh’s renowned New Town – a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site. The property offers, two double bedrooms, characterful interiors, a wood-burning stove, a lovely courtyard patio and additional cellar storage.
Retaining original Victorian charm, the property offers the perfect blend of traditional contemporary living to match its enviable New Town setting. Behind wrought-iron railings and gate; stone steps lead down to the private courtyard patio and front door, welcoming you into the property is a convenient entrance vestibule, followed by a long hall. Here neutral tones immediately create a light and homely feel, which continues throughout. At the far end of the hall, the west facing sitting room is flooded with natural light from a recessed window. An exceptionally bright and airy space by day, by night a charming wood burning stove adds a snug, cosy feel. In addition to ample space for a comfortable lounge, the room accommodates space for dining, plus a hatch opening to the kitchen provides a high seating area. The adjacent kitchen is equipped with an array of stylish cabinets and integrated appliances. One bedroom lies to the rear, enjoying the west facing and boasts an original cast iron fireplace, the second overlooks the courtyard to the front, featuring a substantial built-in storage. An immaculate bathroom, boasts ‘metro’ tiling and a striking black ‘crittal’ style bath screen. In the front courtyard are three cellars, providing excellent additional storage.
TThe New Town, is part of the UNESCO Heritage Site and New Town Conservation Area. Lying just north of Princes Street, with it’s high end retail shopping of George Street and only a stroll to vibrant Stockbridge village with it’s excellent cafes, bars and restaurants. Edinburgh offers extensive entertainment throughout the year, including the Edinburgh International and Fringe Festivals. There are numerous theatres and galleries within easy reach and the nearby Water of Leith path network, offers relaxing walks, along with Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Waverley train station is a 20 minute walk and the nearby trams link you straight out to the Gyle Business Park and Edinburgh International Airport.