Exceptional three bedroom, second floor new town flat with superb views.
Approached by an impressive shared entrance hall and stairway, the property is located on the second floor of a former townhouse within this elegant Georgian crescent which dates from 1820. It enjoys open aspects both to the front and rear and provides well appointed and comfortable accommodation.
The central hall gives access to all the rooms which includes an elegant sitting room with open plan kitchen and a double bedroom both of which look onto Randolph Crescent while the remaining two bedrooms have the benefit of the superb views over the Dean Valley and beyond. There is a well appointed family shower room and an en suite to the main bedroom.
The furnished property further benefits from gas central heating and good storage space. Pets considered.
Randolph Crescent lies at the core of Edinburgh's New Town, a world Heritage site, close to Charlotte Square. It is particularly well located for access to all the amenities of the city centre with excellent shopping and a choice of pubs and restaurants. The main financial district is within comfortable walking distance and there are excellent road, tram and rail links nearby. The property overlooks the private gardens of Randolph Crescent to the front while to the rear there are superb panoramic views over the Dean Bridge to South Queensferry and the Ochil and Fife hills in the distance. The property is also well situated for a variety of schools and the University of Edinburgh. Deposit: £1,995
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