6 (GF), Glenfinlas Street
Edinburgh, EH3 6AQ
- Superb spacious living room with feature fireplace & windows overlooking the front
- Fitted kitchen with appliances & dining space
- Master bedroom with storage & ensuite shower room
- Access to the Moray Feu Gardens
- Private parking space to rear
- Many original features
This superb ground floor flat is located centrally and is part of a Georgian Terrace, by James Gillespie Graham, which forms part of a quiet cul-de-sac at the North-West edge of Charlotte Square. It was acquired by the vendor’s parents at the time of conversion from offices by Playfair Construction in 1997 and has been used exclusively as a holiday home by the family, for only a few weeks of each year. The premises have accordingly had little use, and are in very good condition. The move in accommodation comprises: Shared secure entry. Welcoming communal hallway. Dining hall with excellent storage and hardwood flooring (currently carpeted). Superb spacious living room with feature fireplace, large walk-in storage cupboard and windows overlooking the front. Fitted kitchen with appliances, hardwood flooring and dining space. Storage cupboard housing the automatic washing machine. Door providing access to balcony at rear. Master bedroom with fitted storage & ensuite shower room. Access to substantial loft storage area. Further double bedroom with storage. Bathroom with shower attachment and hardwood flooring. Gas central heating. Original features (high ceilings, cornicing, windows, doors & working window shutters.) Private parking space to the rear as well as permit & metered parking. Access to the Moray Feu Gardens.
Situated in the heart of the New Town, the property enjoys a prime location in Edinburgh’s City Centre, only twenty yards from Charlotte Square and a few minutes walk from Princes Street and George Street. This excellent situation offers easy access to the capital’s amenities. On your doorstep you will find a superb choice of top-rated restaurants, cafés, fashionable bars and clusters of small speciality shops. The New Town hosts world-class shopping outlets including Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, Multrees Walk at St. Andrew Square, and St James Quarter, while Princes Street and George Street are lined with all the High Street and designer retailers. Stockbridge is also closeby and offers a unique village atmosphere with a wide range of independent outlets. A selection of some of Scotland’s finest art galleries are all in proximity including the National Portrait Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Scottish National Galleries. The property is part of the Moray feu and a small annual subscription permits access at all times to Moray Place gardens, and a number of other similar private spaces. For days out, picnics or scenic walks the tranquil Water of Leith at Stockbridge and the colourful Royal Botanic Gardens are both nearby. For commuting to any part of the city or other parts of the country, the area offers an abundance of public transport services. The tram line runs from nearby all the way to the airport, whilst there is a number of bus routes departing from the area and Haymarket and Waverley Stations are within walking distance.