Cumberland Street is quietly nestled away from the main routes through the city centre and is situated within the New Town Conservation Area.
The property is situated within easy reach of St Andrew's Square with Harvey Nichols, Multrees Walk and the city centre's fashionable George Street all on the doorstep. The New St James Quarter development and the Tram terminus at York Place are also closeby.
Broughton Street and the cosmopolitan Stockbridge offer an excellent array of smaller shops, popular restaurants and bars whilst the Cumberland Bar is a only a few meters away.
The beautiful Royal Botanic Garden is close by, as are many of the city's cultural venues including the National Portrait Gallery and the Playhouse Theatre.
The property is conveniently located for road access to both the east and west.
24 Cumberland Street is an immaculate and beautifully presented main door, ground floor flat in Edinburgh's New Town.
The property has well proportioned, spacious and bright rooms which are complemented by many of the original period features. The property benefits from double glazing throughout, Porcelanosa Tiles in the hall, kitchen and bathroom and an integrated sound system in the bathroom and kitchen.
The generous accommodation flows from a welcoming vestibule and reception hall. Of particular note is the sitting room with its central fireplace with flame effect gas fire and two south facing windows.
The principal bedroom is to the rear of the flat and it benefits from built in wardrobes with mirrors. The second bedroom, to the front, also has built in storage with mirrors.
There is a contemporary bathroom which has granite accents, under floor heating, a separate walk in shower and excellent storage space.
Completing the accommodation is a spacious dining kitchen which has built in appliances, granite worktops and window seat. There is ample room in the kitchen for a table.
There are 2 under pavement cellars to the front of the flat. Owners can apply for a key to the Queen Street Gardens.