- Edinburgh City Centre
- Edinburgh East
- Edinburgh North
- Edinburgh North West
- Edinburgh South
- Edinburgh South West
- Edinburgh West
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More about Edinburgh
Lying to the South East of Scotland, Edinburgh is nestled on the shores of the Firth of Forth and is surrounded by seven hills: Calton Hill, Corstorphine Hill, Craiglockhart Hill, the Braid Hills, Blackford Hill and Arthur’s Seat.
Architecture and accommodation
There is a variety of different architectural styles within Edinburgh. The New Town is home to the largest and best preserved example of Georgian town planning in the UK, whilst the Old Town is made of a medieval pattern of closes and wynds.
Throughout the suburbs, there is a mix of period properties and modern homes as well as a fast array of properties from 1930’s era bungalows to 1970’s housing developments in the suburbs.
Professionals are easily catered for with the array of flats available to buy, including traditional tenement styles with period features and low maintenance new build developments. Areas that would suit the young professional include Stockbridge, Broughton and Haymarket.
Students are easily catered for within close proximity to The University of Edinburgh, Heriot Watt University and Edinburgh Napier University as well as Edinburgh College with popular student areas such as Marchmont and Polwarth.
There is a large number of areas to live around the city. Simply click on the map above to start exploring the different areas.
In terms of culture, Edinburgh is hard to beat. The city plays host to 12 different festivals throughout the year including:
- Edinburgh's Hogmanay
- Edinburgh International Science Festival
- Imaginate Festival
- Edinburgh International Film Festival
- Edinburgh Art Festival
- Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival
- Edinburgh Festival Fringe
- Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
- Edinburgh International Festival
- Edinburgh International Book Festival
- Edinburgh Mela Festival
- International Storytelling Festival
There are also a number of art galleries and theatres open throughout the year. On top of this there are sites such as Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House to explore and many more tourist attractions. In addition there are a number of great open spaces to explore such as Arthur’s Seat, the Meadows.
There is a vibrant shopping district as well as great nightlife available offering a fantastic city to suit all needs.
Whatever type of property you are searching for, ESPC may have the one for you. With a variety of houses for sale, flats for sale, bungalows for sale and apartments for sale all tastes and budgets can be accommodated.