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Renovated to an exceptional standard throughout, is this beautiful second floor property, forming part of a traditional Georgian building the heart of Edinburgh’s celebrated New Town.
Entering the flat, the door opens on to a large living room with built in kitchen and flooded with sunshine, overlooking the Queen Street Gardens. Seamlessly blending period and contemporary features, the room has stunning, simple ceiling roses, cornice and living gas flame fire and finished with a natural oak wood floor. There is more than enough to entertain all guests with the sights of the city at your fingertips and the smart TV! The kitchen is equipped with a washing machine, induction hob and oven, large fridge freezer and plenty of storage space.
An inner hallway (where the entry buzzer is located), leads to the rest of the property. On the right is a luxurious master bedroom with king size bed and private ensuite with electric shower. On the left is an additional cosy and stylish second bedroom with double bed and excellent size wardrobe. The master bathroom has a bath with shower over and underfloor heating for those colder Scottish months. All three rooms to the rear of the property offer stunning views across to the Firth of Forth and Fife as well as a gorgeous overview of the city.
Standard double bed
Open plan living/dining room and kitchen. Two double bedrooms. One ensuite shower room and one bathroom.
Traditional Georgian building the heart of Edinburgh’s celebrated New Town.
To access the flat you need to walk up, approximately 50 steps before you reach the main door into the flat.
If you are coming into the city from the airport then you are best alighting the tram at St Andrew's Square. From there walk down the hill and across Queen Street and continue down Dublin Street. You will see Abercromby Place on your left. The flat is on the right hand side approximately 100 meters on.
From the train station exit Waverley Station at the Princes Street entrance. Cross over the road and follow the tram tracks up the hill until you reach St Andew's Square. Once there follow the directions as if you have arrived by tram.
The flat is located close to the city centre and is therefore in the restricted zone for parking. The majority of spaces in the area are residential permit holders. There are some pay and display parking spaces available immediately outside the flat, these spaces are restricted Monday to Saturday 08:30-18:30. If you park just around the corner on Dublin Street you are in the Peripheral Controlled Zone, parking restrictions are in place here Monday to Friday 08:30-17:30.
There is also an NCP car park on Holyrood Road and a Q-Park at the Omni Centre which offers 24 hour parking.
You will find that the flat is located in a vibrant part of town which is part of Edinburgh's two UNESCO heritage sites. There is plenty of choice of restaurants, shops, pubs and cafes as well as a multitude of tourist attractions. For our corporate guests, you could not be better located and have easy access to all of Edinburgh's central offices as well as the tram should you need to go further afield.
You are in the heart of the city centre so there are lots on indoor and outdoor activities. Although not mentioned above the Royal Botanic Gardens are definitely worth paying a visit to.