15/3 Great Stuart Street is an immaculately presented two double bedroom apartment positioned on the second floor of a fully renovated Georgian townhouse. The accommodation comprises two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a lovely and spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining area where views of Dean Gardens can be enjoyed. The kitchen has been fitted and includes all the luxuries one would expect with modern living such as integrated Siemens appliances which include a dishwasher, a washer dryer and a fridge/freezer. The room enjoys an abundance of natural light through the vast windows and is a lovely space to both relax and entertain in.
Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles with the larger of the two benefiting from an en-suite shower room. There is a large family bathroom located off the hallway with a shower above the bath.
15/3 Great Stuart Street has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and enjoys a neutral décor throughout. The property is available un-furnished allowing a blank canvas to add your own taste and personality.
Furthermore the apartment enjoys gas central heating powered by a combi boiler, a large storage cupboard and access to a private residents garden upon application for a modest annual fee.
*Please note these are example images and the property is only available unfurnished*
Great Stuart Street is particularly well located for all the amenities of the city centre with a wide variety of local specialist shops and restaurants in the West End and City Centre and is within easy walking distance of George Street, Princes Street, Multrees Walk and Harvey Nichols. There is an excellent choice of cultural activities in the vicinity including theatres, cinemas and museums. The tram terminus, Waverley train station and bus links to Edinburgh airport are close by while the delightful open spaces of Inverleith Park, the Royal Botanic Garden and Holyrood Park are also within easy reach. The area is convenient for a variety of private and local schools, including Edinburgh Academy, Fettes College and Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools.