Buckingham Terrace is an elegant residential street in the West End of Edinburgh, built on land bought by property developer (and Lord Provost of Edinburgh) James Steel. It was one of his first exclusive housing developments, along with Eglington Crescent.
With Dean Bridge just around the corner, the property is well placed for easy access to the centre's commercial, shopping, and cultural facilities. Waverly Railway Station is just 1.3 miles away and Haymarket Station is but 1 mile away.
There are two major supermarkets available close by and the retail park at Craigleith offers a further choice. Additionally, Buckingham Terrace is convenient for an excellent range of specialist and general shops in Stockbridge, restaurants, bars, stylish coffee shops and leisure facilities.
Some of Edinburgh's finest schools are within easy walking distance, including Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools, St Georges school and Fettes College. It is also well served for nursery and primary schools.
There are regular bus services from Queensferry Road, connecting to central Edinburgh. By car there is convenient access towards the city bypass, Airport and Forth Road Bridge.
21/2f Buckingham Terrace is a beautifully appointed two bedroom apartment comprising the second floor of an impressive B listed converted townhouse in a sought after West End location.
The property is well presented and has generously proportioned rooms, which retain fine period detailing. Of particular note is the impressive sitting room with Edinburgh Press, light interiors, a central fireplace and large window that floods the room with natural light and boasts views over to Fife and beyond. There are two large double bedrooms with beautiful outlooks to the front and rear. A well equipped kitchen and bathroom complete the accommodation.
There is a communal garden area to the front of Buckingham Terrace. Access to Belgrave Crescent Gardens may also be available upon application and payment of a nominal annual fee.