The flat retains many fine period features in particular some sanded wood floors, fireplaces and working shutters. The property is entered by a well maintained original stone entrance stairway with entry phone system. The flat has a very spacious and bright hall. There is a cloak room cupboard and further storage cupboard.
The magnificent drawing room is situated to the rear with two windows facing south and having the original fireplace, sanded wood floor and ornate cornice. A lovely contemporary kitchen/dining room with original flagstone flooring. The master bedroom is also situated to the rear being a particularly large room with ornate cornice. There are three further spacious double bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and WC.
The property further benefits from gas central heating, good storage including external storage.
Dublin Street enjoys an enviable location in the heart of the city's Georgian New Town, one of Edinburgh's most desirable residential areas. The area enjoys all the advantages of central living having easy access to the city's main business and commercial centres. Princes Street, George Street, St. Andrew's Square and Broughton Street provide excellent shopping facilities with specialist shopping available in Multrees Walk, Broughton Street, Stockbridge and soon in the new St James' Centre. Pleasant walks can be taken along the nearby Water of Leith walkway, Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Waverley railway station is less than half a mile and York Place and St Andrews Square Tram stops are also within easy reach. There are excellent schools nearby in both the state and private sectors including Fettes College, Edinburgh Academy, Stewarts Melville, Mary Erskines and St. Georges School for Girls.