• Second floor, traditional, charming flat forming part of a category ‘B’ listed corner block (dating back to 1790)
• Naturally bright flat thanks to the positioning within the block
• Living room is large enough to both sit and dine in
• Galley kitchen adjoins the living room
• Comfortable double bedroom looking out towards Rose Street
• Tiled bathroom with electric shower over the bath
• Seperate w.c.
• Electric heating and traditional sash and case windows
The flat is set on the corner of Rose Street South Lane and Rose Street, where it in turn intersects Castle Street.
Rose Street is an iconic cobbled pedestrian street in Edinburgh’s historic New Town that runs between and parallel to both George Street and Princes Street and connects Charlotte Square in the west to St Andrew Square in the east.
The New Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Edinburgh and is ideally located for all that the city centre has to offer. The fashionable Harvey Nichols is on St Andrew Square and the exclusive shops of Multree's Walk along with Princes and George Streets are all proximate. At the head of Leith Walk that abuts the east end of Princes Street John Lewis now forms part of the recently opened St James Quarter that provides a world-class retail, leisure, hotel and residential amenity. In addition, there are leisure facilities at the Omni Centre which include a multi-screen cinema, a health club and various restaurants. The Edinburgh Playhouse theatre is also close by, as are Princes Street Gardens – a splendid place for taking exercise.
In Spring 2023, the new extension to the Edinburgh Tram’s cross city system will connect Leith and Newhaven, via Leith Walk, to the current terminus at York Place and stops already exist on St Andrew Square and Princes Street. There are frequent bus services to all parts of the city and easily accessed Waverly Station provides both regional and national rail links.
Council Tax: C
Council Tax Band: C