22 Queen Street is prominently situated on the north side of the block bounded by Hanover Street to the east and Frederick Street to the west.
Queen Street Gardens are situated immediately to the north with the retail and leisure amenities of Princes Street and George Street, located to the south.
Edinburgh city centre is a vibrant area with a mix of traditional offices, shops, hotels, serviced apartments and restaurants, alongside prime residential properties. The surrounding area is a mix of both residential and commercial uses to include: offices, serviced offices and hotels.
Situated in Edinburgh's prestigious New Town, this highly desirable location benefits from exceptional transport links, being within short walking distance of both Waverley and Haymarket rail stations, as well as being served by a number of bus routes and nearby tram stops on York Place, St Andrew Square, Princes Street and Shandwick Place.
22 Queen Street is a mid-terrace Georgian townhouse building of traditional stone construction arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors together with an open plan extension to the rear along with a traditional mews building. This office/townhouse has the potential to become an incredible residential development. The main building extends across to the rear elevation and now links up with the original mews building.
Internally, the property benefits from well-kept period features and well proportioned rooms with generous floor to ceiling heights providing plentiful amounts of natural daylight. There is a lift which services the townhouse from all levels.
The property also benefits from 7 car spaces to the rear, 3 of which are in a garage accessed off Thistle Street North West Lane. The remaining car parking area is accessed from the garage via a sloped concrete ramp.