Walker Street is located in the heart of Edinburgh's sought-after West End district.
The West End is a high amenity area with a wide range of excellent cafes, bars and restaurants with local shopping on the cobbled streets surrounding the property, extending to Shandwick Place and Queensferry Street. George Street and the amenities of the city centre are also on the doorstep.
The property is conveniently situated for the main financial centres and both Haymarket train station and the Tram at Shandwick Place are within easy reach.
The property is well located for access to a range of schools and is within easy reach of Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools, Fettes College and The Edinburgh Academy.
Belford Sports Club is nearby, as are a number of gym and leisure clubs including two Nuffield Health Clubs, Bannatynes on Queen Street and Westwoods Health Club. Many of Edinburgh's galleries and theatres are also within the vicinity.
There is easy access westwards to Corstorphine, Edinburgh Park, the city bypass and Edinburgh International Airport.
4A Walker Street is an exceptional two bedroom city centre apartment occupying the garden level of a handsome Georgian terrace.
In addition to the impressive internal accommodation, the property further benefits from a private patio garden with a gate leading to two private tandem parking spaces. With parking spaces being notably scarce in the city centre, having two within a few steps of the rear gate is rare.
The property is entered via a private courtyard to the front of the building into a welcoming hallway. There are two double bedrooms to the front with the living areas peacefully located to the rear. Off the master bedroom - and cleverly concealed through the walk-in wardrobe - is the contemporary bathroom which can also be accessed from the hallway. Of particular note is the sitting room which is open to the kitchen and features the attractive original range which has been sympathetically incorporated into the living area.
Accessed from the living area, and providing direct access to the patio garden, is the study. This area provides ample room for someone looking to work from home. Incorporated into the former wine cellar is a useful utility room containing a washing machine, sink and a tumble dryer.
The property benefits from a private courtyard to the front, from which access is gained to six under pavement cellars, all of which are dry-lined and have power and heating. One has been converted into an additional W.C.