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 broad choice of shops around George Street and a fine selection of restaurants, theatres and cinemas within walking distance.
Nearby Stockbridge also provides a good range of independent shops, bars and local amenities.
18 Great Stuart Street is situated on the ground floor of an elegant Georgian building, accessed via a shared entrance lobby. Originally built as a residential dwelling, the property has most recently been used as office space, but has largely retained its traditional layout and a number of period features.
Comprising a total GIA of 1,063 sq ft (98.75 sq m), the property benefits from very well apportioned rooms, including 2 large offices, one smaller office, a kitchen, storage and bathroom facilities.
This extremely impressive, well-proportioned property, with its high ceilings and elegant features creates a light and bright working environment and would make a very pleasant living environment, should it be converted back to residential use.
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.