A spacious double upper flat in a sought-after New Town location
Occupying the first and second floors of a handsome Georgian building, this centrally located flat offers well-balanced accommodation and is approached via a private stair from the ground floor entrance. To the front of the first floor and overlooking Northumberland Street is the generously proportioned sitting/dining room. This large, bright room offers plenty of space to relax or entertain. To the rear of this floor is the modern kitchen which benefits from cleverly thought-out storage and built-in appliances. Completing the first floor is a double bedroom with storage, and a separate WC. Stairs lead up to the second floor where there are three additional double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom. There is also a shower room located on the landing.This attractive flat showcases various period features including a striking cupola which floods the entrance hall with natural light, as well as sash and case windows and working shutters. The property also benefits from ample storage space.33 Northumberland Street offers wonderful flexibility and would be suited to families, investors or young professionals looking for proximity to the city centre. It is also worth noting that the property benefits from access to nearby Queen Street Gardens for a modest annual fee.
Northumberland Street is located within the very heart of the historic New Town district of Edinburgh, which lies a short walk from the city centre and the sophisticated and equally renowned Stockbridge area. The New Town has some of the first and least spoilt Georgian architecture in Britain and continues to be one of the most popular residential areas in Edinburgh. The area boasts an excellent choice of schools, including The Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College. The Georgian New Town is equally well known for the quality of city centre living it offers, with a wonderful and varied choice of local amenities that include the Queen Street Gardens, art galleries, independent shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and bistros. There is also an excellent bus service covering the whole of Edinburgh, with the nearest bus stop located just a stone's throw away.