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What is the best area in Edinburgh for renting a flat?

Asked on Jan 10 2014, General in Edinburgh | Report content

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  • Hi Montseye, Having lived and studied in Edinburgh myself, I would more than happy to give you some recommendations. Are you wanting to be more towards the city or are you thinking about the outskirts?

    Answered on Jan 11 2014, Report content
  • Probably Marchmont which is a large respectable middle class area of late victorian terraced flats with lots of resident students. Close to the large parks of the Meadows and Bruntsfield links 1 mile south of the City centre. The New Town bordering on, and to the south of the city centre offers a variety of large terraced houses and the small flats built to service them. Very respectable with usual quota of students. East new town of Broughton, Bellevue and Barony street areas good for arty deviants but quite safe. The West End referred to by residents as The Best End which it undoubtedly is, has many large late Georgian and Victorian Terraced Villas with a few small streets/mews to provide the services. Many serve as offices or are divided into large expensive flats. Shoping generally within 500 yards and the big stores within 1 mile.

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    Answered on Jan 11 2014, Report content

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