Approached via a grand and elegant communal entrance hall and stair, 7/4 Eglinton Crescent comprises a generously proportioned and attractively presented three bedroomed 3rd floor flat circa 1244sq.ft within a substantial and handsome Victorian terraced 'B' listed building. Located within the New Town Conservation Area in the heart of...
Approached via a grand and elegant communal entrance hall and stair, 7/4 Eglinton Crescent comprises a generously proportioned and attractively presented three bedroomed 3rd floor flat circa 1244sq.ft within a substantial and handsome Victorian terraced 'B' listed building. Located within the New Town Conservation Area in the heart of Edinburgh's renowned and popular West End and converted circa 1996, the flat boasts generous and well balanced accommodation as follows: Entrance hall, sitting room with fireplace and southerly views over the communal gardens below, a well appointed kitchen dining room with integrated appliances and southerly views, a large master bedroom with an en suite shower room, two further bedrooms, one presently used as storage and a full separate bathroom. Being on the top floor, the flat enjoys good levels of natural light and excellent views across the city skyline. Further benefits include gas central heating and entitlement to enjoy the central communal gardens below. The location allows for easy access into the city with excellent local transport links and amenities at Haymarket.
The West End is close to many of the capital's finest shops and restaurants as well as its commercial and retail core in George Street and Princes Street. The cosmopolitan district of Stockbridge is only a short walk away offering a superb choice of speciality shops, fashionable bars, quaint coffee shops, delis and boutiques. Locally there is a M&S Foodhall at Haymarket along with a Tesco Express and Co-operative Food. There is easy access to the Water of Leith Walkway and cycle path, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance. Haymarket rail station and tram stop is close by and regular public transport provides swift access in and around the city. By car main roads connect quickly to the city bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, the Queensferry Crossing and central motorway network.
Access to the central communal gardens can be applied for and is subject to an annual subscription of about £90 per annum.
There is residents' zoned on street parking
Fixtures and Fittings
The fitted carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings and integrated kitchen appliances are included in the sale.
The property is served by a gas fired central heating system
For more energy information,
request the Home Report.