Great Stuart Street is superbly located connecting Moray Place with Randolph Crescent.
The development of Moray Place was commenced by the Earl of Moray in 1822 and Great Stuart Street was developed at the same time as Moray Place, Randolph Crescent, and Ainslie Place.
There is a splendid choice of shops around George Street and a fine selection of restaurants, theatres and cinemas within easy reach.
Nearby Stockbridge also provides a good range of shops while there is a supermarket off Comely Bank Road and a further retail park at Craigleith.
There is a fine choice of private schooling within the vicinity including the Edinburgh Academy, Fettes College, St Georges, Erskine Stewart's Melville.
16 Great Stuart Street is a wonderful, rarely available, drawing room flat on a desirable street in Edinburgh's New Town. The flat is situated on the first floor of an elegant Georgian building.
The property is extremely impressive with well-proportioned rooms, high ceilings and elegant features. The drawing room has two large floor to ceiling windows, with working shutters and a wrought iron balcony.
This room has been tastefully decorated and has a prominent feature fireplace - all contributing to the traditional and elegant feel of the room. There is ample room for a range of living room furniture and a large dining table.
The kitchen is modern and has been recently refurbished with high specification finishes. There is ample cupboard units and integrated appliances including a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, integrated oven, grill and gas hob cooker. This room also benefits from a south facing window seat and space for a kitchen table.
There are two double bedrooms, one to the front of the flat and one to the rear. The master bedroom benefits from a stylish en-suite shower room and build in storage cupboards.
In addition there is a family bathroom with full sized bath, wc and wash hand basin.
Owners may apply for access to private gardens located on Ainslie Place, Randolph Crescent, Moray Gardens as well as the Bank Gardens linking to the Water of Leith. Parking is available with a residents permit by arrangement with Edinburgh Council.