Property history for 74 Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6QZ

1 Bed Flat with 1 Public Room

Sale history

£230,000 in October 2017 41.1%

£163,044 in August 2005

Details from last sale

in October 2017

The property

Set in a secluded pocket of calm in the heart of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. 74 Dundas Street is a mere seven-minute walk from Princess Street. This one bedroom main door apartment provides charm and character with plenty of Georgian New Town interiors on offer including Original Flagstone flooring and Original archways,... More

Set in a secluded pocket of calm in the heart of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. 74 Dundas Street is a mere seven-minute walk from Princess Street. This one bedroom main door apartment provides charm and character with plenty of Georgian New Town interiors on offer including Original Flagstone flooring and Original archways, furthermore, the interior is free from traffic noise and bustle, enjoying instead a delightful outlook of greenery and trees to the rear. This property has been well cared for by the current owner and comprises main door entrance with extensive hallway and access to all rooms. In the hall, there’s a substantial walk-in cupboard that has been plumbed for a washing machine and shelved for linens. The sitting room is a bright, elegant room with flagstone flooring. A magnificent stone mantel and ornate cast iron insert, with living-flame gas fire, provides a striking centrepiece to the room. Built-in shelving sits at each side of the generous chimney-breast. A twelve-pane astragal window overlooking a well-tended garden with trees completes the serene living space. A modern galley kitchen also includes flagstone flooring. Fully fitted cream wall and base units. White enamel sink with chrome mixer. Integrated halogen hob and electric oven. There’s useful space just off the kitchen currently being used as an office, this compact space makes for a welcomed addition and could be utilised for a variety of purposes. Double doors lead the way to this inner-sanctum of a bedroom, the room is bright, well proportioned and overlooks a different well tended garden to that of the sitting-room and is free from the traffic noise of Dundas Street. Working shutters on the twelve-pane astragal windows ensure this room is a haven for peace and good sleep, at any time of the day. A fully tiled three-piece bathroom completes the rooms. With a white enamel suite, French bath, overhead shower and wall mounted extractor fan. This is a unique property and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate it. Parking permits are available from Edinburgh City Council for residential parking. Alternatively, there are plenty of paid meter parking within walking distance. Viewing is strictly by appointment via McEwan Fraser Legal.

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McEwan Fraser Legal

0131 253 2263

130 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4LB

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