Dublin Street lies in the heart of the New Town and is situated between Drummond Place and Abercomby Place.
It is particularly well located for all the amenities of the city centre with a wide variety of local specialist shops and restaurants on Broughton Street just one street away, while the new St James Quarter, Multrees Walk, Harvey Nichols, George Street, and Princes Street are also located within one or two streets.
There is an excellent choice of cultural activities in the vicinity including theatres, cinemas and museums.
The tram terminus, Waverley train station and bus links to Edinburgh airport are close by while the delightful open spaces of Inverleith Park, the Royal Botanic Garden and Holyrood Park are also within easy reach.
The area is convenient for a variety of private and local schools, including Edinburgh Academy, Fettes College, George Heriot's and Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools.
A key can also be obtained for Queen Street Gardens East on application.
37 Dublin Street provides a unique and rarely available opportunity to acquire a particularly fine ground and garden portion of an impressive B-Listed Georgian building. The property, boasting over 2,700 sqft, is in immaculate condition throughout, having been sensitively and extensively upgraded in recent years to cater perfectly for modern living. There is a wonderful blend of contemporary fixtures and fittings with the many delightful original features.
The property is entered through its own main door and opens to an impressive, welcoming hallway with flagstone flooring and ornate cornicing.
The charming sitting room is located to the front of the property and is generous in size, with detailed ceiling cornicing, twin sash and case windows, working shutters, and functioning log burner. The room benefits from being south west facing and is flooded with natural light throughout the day. There is ample space for formal dining table and chairs, and separate seating area. Two large storage cupboards complete the room.
Sitting adjacent to the sitting room and also enjoying an open outlook is the principal bedroom. The room is comfortable in size, with built in storage, feature fireplace, and benefitting from its own en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom on the ground floor level is situated to the rear of the property. The room is currently being used as an office space but could easily act as a double bedroom. A recently modernised shower room located off the hallway services this level. The property has generous storage space throughout with two large cupboards and further utility room.
Of particular note and completing the ground floor accommodation is the open plan kitchen and living room, offering the best in modern and contemporary living, with working shutters, marble fireplace, log burner, and ornate cornicing. The room is bright and spacious, enjoying unrestricted easterly facing views over the garden at the rear. The open configuration works well and makes for a fantastic area for relaxing or entertaining, along with less formal dining. The kitchen itself has been finished to a high specification, with fully fitted integrated appliances, an island, and a number of wall and base units.
Stairs off the hallway lead down to the lower level where the second bedroom can be found. The room comfortably fits a double bed and has ample storage space, along with a window looking onto the garden. There is cleverly designed storage running the length of the hallway, along with a WC that services the bedroom on this level. Further stairs lead to the garden level where two useful storage cupboards, tea room and recently modernised bathroom can be found. The hall leads to the stunning garden room which is lovely and bright. The room has flexible use, and could be used as an art studio, office, or additional bedroom.
Doors open from the garden room directly onto the delightful walled garden which has substantial patio and a variety of colourful shrubs within the walled flowerbeds. A gate allows direct access onto Broughton Market Lane.