A garden flat in the New Town

The New Town is one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious areas, and this immaculately presented Georgian “A” listed main door garden apartment is in a prime position.

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Not only is it a short walk from the shops, bars and restaurants in the area, but 21a Royal Crescent is on a grand, cobbled crescent overlooking King George V Park.

The property has been decorated and carpeted in neutral tones throughout, allowing it to be adapted easily to your own taste. You enter the home through basement level, down steps from the pavement, and a vestibule opens out into a hallway.

There is a beautifully light and spacious south facing living and dining room with feature fireplace and French doors leading out to the communal back garden. The dining area leads to the kitchen, which is spacious and fitted with white kitchen units, tiled flooring and an integrated double oven and hob.

The spacious double bedroom provides a relaxing retreat with a large window and a traditional press for storage. The flat also offers a box room which could be utilised as a study or a storage area, which has borrowed light from the bedroom through three windows.

The stylish bathroom is fully tiled and is fitted with a white three-piece suite with shower over the bath, and a heated towel rail.

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As well as excellent storage facilities inside the property, there are also three external storage cupboards in the basement courtyard. The home has access to the large communal back garden which is mainly laid to lawn with various plants and shrubs. The property also has access to zoned permit parking, and would make a great flat for young professionals.

The New Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of the city. All the benefits of city centre living can be enjoyed with a wide range of cultural activities, and a variety of speciality shops, bistros and restaurants in nearby Stockbridge. The main shopping and commercial thoroughfares of Princes Street and George Street are close by including Harvey Nichols and John Lewis. In addition, there are leisure facilities at the Omni Centre which includes a multi-screen cinema, a Nuffield health club and various restaurants. The Edinburgh Playhouse theatre is also close by. Locally there is a Sainsbury’s and Tesco, a Waitrose supermarket at Comely Bank and a larger Sainsbury’s supermarket and range of retail stores at Craigleith.

A garden flat in the New Town

21a Royal Crescent, Edinburgh, EH3 6QA

Offers over £275,000

1 bed garden flat with 1 public room

EPC rating:

ESPC ref: 380735

Selling solicitor: Boyd Property

Contact: 0131 253 2123