Occupying the first floor of a handsome West End townhouse, 22 1F Buckingham Terrace is a stylish and spacious two-bedroom drawing room flat that beautifully combines contemporary style with classic proportions and period details.
The apartment is accessed via a very well-kept communal entrance hall and a bright, welcoming stair up to the first floor.
The properties hallway is spacious and chic with solid walnut floors that run through to the main living spaces. The impressive drawing room to the front of the property enjoys a vast floor-to-ceiling bay window with a pleasant, leafy outlook; a solid marble fireplace with gas fire; ornate cornicing and bi-folding double doors leading through to the dining room.
The kitchen and dining area are located to the rear and have large windows and peaceful views over the gardens. The kitchen enjoys a great amount of cupboard and worktop space. There is ample space for a dining table, lots of storage and slate-effect Amtico flooring.
Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles and located at either side of the property and enjoy working shutters. The bathroom has been recently renovated and offers modern luxury with excellent fittings and fixtures. There is a large cloakroom cupboard located off the hallway with two useful recessed storage cupboards.
Buckingham Terrace residents are eligible to apply for a key to the stunning Belgrave Crescent gardens for a modest annual fee. There is residents permit parking available also upon application to the council.
Located in one of Edinburgh's most sought-after residential areas, Buckingham Terrace is close to the Dean Bridge and within easy reach of Princes Street and the West End. The immediate locality is characterised by superb Victorian architecture and delightful gardens - arguably the finest in Edinburgh - which exemplify the classic style of this era.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Park, the Water of Leith walkway and Modern Art Galleries are all located nearby.
Local shopping, restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques are all in fashionable Stockbridge nearby. Princes Street, The West End and the historic New Town are host to some of the City's finest eateries, bars and shops. All are within half a mile of the property.
Waverley and Haymarket railway stations are also readily accessible as are several major bus and tram routes into town. The City bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, the Forth Road Bridge and Scotland's motorway networks are all accessed via nearby Queensferry Road.