A striking newly renovated flat, in a sought-after Old Town address
This is a wonderfully bright, one bedroom third floor flat that has been recently renovated to a high specification throughout. The apartment presents a rare opportunity for those looking for a property in the heart of historic Edinburgh, right next to Edinburgh Castle. EPC: E From the private residents' courtyard there is a buzzer entry to an internal stone stair up to the upper floors. Entered via a large naturally lit hallway, the staircase leads up to the third floor and benefits from a skylight in the roof, bathing it in light. This third floor apartment consists of a welcoming and spacious hallway featuring two sash and case windows giving bright first impressions. The generously sized open plan kitchen/dining/lounge area spans the length of the property and is the heart of the home. The newly installed kitchen incorporates plentiful storage units and workspace with a high quality finish, plus a full complement of appliances including: induction hob, electric oven/grill, dishwasher, fridge freezer. Next to the living area, the lovely generous master bedroom benefits from large traditional windows and a pleasant outlook. The apartment is completed with a stylish bathroom with modern features such as underfloor heating and in-built storage. Outside, the residents' gardens offer a beautifully landscaped space with a gate to Ramsay Lane. The gardens are maintained by a gardener employed by the RG Proprietors Association and there is a responsibility to contribute to the committee account. Courtyard parking is available to residents but there is also permit parking (Zone 4) on nearby Mound Place and Junction Terrace.
Ramsay Garden is a rightly famous and historically important, late 19th century residence situated just beneath Edinburgh Castle, at the top of The Mound. The location is absolutely superb for taking advantage of all of Edinburgh's most renowned cultural activities including the Military Tattoo, the one o'clock gun, Edinburgh Festival and the Hogmanay fireworks. The historical sites and excellent restaurants of the Old Town and Grassmarket are mere moments away and at the bottom of the hill Princes Street, George Street and The New Town spread to the North. Edinburgh International Airport is approximately 8 miles away and Waverley Station is a very short stroll providing links to London and Glasgow.