Dublin Street is an exceptional triple upper with wonderful views in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town. The flat offers beautifully proportioned, spacious and flexible accommodation over the second, third and fourth floors of a handsome Georgian building. On the second floor there is a welcoming entrance hallway which leads to an impressive drawing room with a study off, a sitting room/snug with sliding doors so it can be part of or closed off from the hallway, a grand kitchen/dining room, a WC and a cleverly created under stair utility room. An attractive staircase leads to the third floor where there is a large master bedroom with a big en suite shower/bathroom, a further two double bedrooms and a shower room. On the fourth floor is a single bedroom and fourth bedroom which is currently used as a family room.
Under its current ownership, the property has been completely rewired (including multiple broadband points) and replumbed. Heating and water can be controlled remotely making it an excellent pied-a-terre as well as a family home. The property has benefited from the installation of a new kitchen, structural changes to make the sitting room/snug, the creation of a new en suite bathroom, a new WC, widening the stairs at top floor and a complete redecoration throughout. Of particular note is the kitchen at the heart of the property with a triple window flooding the room with light and overlooking the gardens to the rear. It has space for a dining table for 12 people and benefits from a working fire. It has been finished to a high standard with integrated dishwasher, wine cooler, fridge/freezer, a Fisher & Paykal oven/gas hob and quartz work surface. The property still retains a wealth of period features including ornate cornice work, original wood flooring, the fireplaces and working shutters. The property also benefits from access to the Queen Street Gardens East for an annual fee.
Dublin Street enjoys an enviable location in the heart of the city's Georgian New Town, one of Edinburgh's most desirable residential areas. The area enjoys all the advantages of central living having easy access to the city's main business and commercial centres. Princes Street, George Street, St. Andrew's Square and Broughton Street provide excellent shopping facilities with specialist shopping available in Multrees Walk, Broughton Street, Stockbridge and soon in the new St James' Centre. Pleasant walks can be taken along the nearby Water of Leith walkway, Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Waverley railway station is less than half a mile and York Place and St Andrew’s Square Tram stops are also within easy reach. There are excellent schools nearby in both the state and private sectors including Fettes College, Edinburgh Academy, Stewarts Melville, Mary Erskines and St. Georges School for Girls.
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