17 Feb 2020
Georgian homes within Edinburgh's New Town are among the capital's most sought-after properties.
This architectural style was established between the reign of George I and George VI (1714-1830) and today's house-hunters admire the strong sense of proportion, symmetry and character.
Grand Georgian townhouses line the broad avenues and open squares of New Town, and many of these houses have been converted into apartments - including this fantastic two-bed, now available for sale at a fixed price.
Number 14 Scotland Street Lane West is a sizable main door apartment tucked away at the end of a secluded path just off Drummond Place.
The interior is neutrally decorated, giving the new owners a blank canvas ready to be personalised perfectly to their own taste.
The large lounge/dining room with split-level design together with the modern kitchen is sure to appeal to both families and those who love to entertain.
Three deep cupboards provide excellent storage facilities and the home further benefits from two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a three-piece suite.
Although some modernisation is required, it's not hard to see the potential in this spacious home.
Externally there is a lovely walled garden which is exclusive to the property and is mainly laid with wood decking.
Aberdein Considine's Lothian Road office is marketing this property and the sellers have set a fixed price of £425,000.Book a Viewing