1 Howe Street is a fantastic top floor corner aspect flat in an enviable position within Edinburgh’s prestigious New Town.
The property enjoys all of the advantages of modern living, however has retained some stunning period features including ornate cornice work, original fireplace and refurbished sash and case windows.
There is a double windowed sitting room to the front of the property, unusually large for a one bedroom flat, overlooking Howe Street and across the stunning Queen Street Gardens. With a south westerly outlook this room enjoys a plethora of natural light.
The main bedroom is also a really great size, large enough for a king size bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, and there is also a dining hall great for entertaining. There is an internal bathroom with a modern white three piece suite, and the breakfasting kitchen is well appointed and includes everything you could hope for including all of your white goods, cooker, oven and extractor fan.
Parking in the area is plentiful for residents, subject to applying for a residents permit, and access to the Queen Street Gardens can be granted subject to the annual fee being paid of £80.
Howe Street is an extremely attractive cobbled street in the heart of Edinburgh's historic New Town.
With views overlooking the exceptional Queen Street Gardens, the property has an open leafy outlook so rarely found in the centre of a city. Situated between Stockbridge and Princes Street, Howe Street benefits from all the advantages of central living having easy access to the city's main financial and commercial centres.
The area offers an excellent array of amenities including boutique shops, a number of excellent restaurants, bars and a local Waitrose supermarket in nearby Comely Bank. Pleasant walks can be taken along the nearby Water of Leith walkway, Inverleith Park, Royal Botanic Gardens or of course the stunning Queen Street Gardens which is only accessible to residents.
Furthermore, there is convenient road access to the west leading to the City Bypass, Edinburgh Airport and the central Scotland motorway network. Waverley and Haymarket train stations are also both within walking distance