Clarendon Crescent is an imposing terrace in the West End, designed by the well known architect John Tait and built between 1850 and 1853.
It is situated in the prestigious West End on the fringe of the New Town, within a short walk of Princes Street and the heart of the city.
There are excellent local shops in nearby Queensferry Street and the cosmopolitan Stockbridge, with a Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarket close by.
Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools, Fettes College and The Edinburgh Academy are all within one mile and excellent sporting facilities are available at The Dean Tennis & Squash Club, The Grange Club and Drumsheugh Swimming Baths.
For a small annual fee keys can be obtained for the delightful Dean Gardens by the Water of Leith.
14 Clarendon Crescent is an impressive ground floor apartment boasting fine period features and a wonderful front drawing room.
The property is accessed through an immaculately presented shared entrance hall, accessed by only three residents in total. The flat is bright and well presented and has a wonderful front drawing room with detailed ceiling cornicing, elegant wall lights and large sash and case windows (with working shutters) to the front. This room also has an impressive black marble fireplace.
The kitchen is modern and well equipped with a range of wall and base units. There is a washing machine and separate dryer, integrated fridge/freezer and hob w/ oven. There is a cleverly designed breakfast bar and easily sufficient space for a dining table if required.
The two bedrooms are quietly tucked away to the rear of the flat. The principal bedroom has an ensuite shower room and a wonderful outlook over the row of gardens to the rear. The second bedroom would make an ideal single room/office. There is an additional bathroom accessed up some stairs which benefits from a WC, wash hand basin and full sized bath.