02 Jul 2022
Each week we spotlight a property that has been really turning heads.
This week's Edinburgh property of the week goes to:
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to purchase this most attractive and exceptionally spacious mid terraced late Georgian townhouse. Currently operating as a guest house, the current owners ran the business from 1997 until 2018 and have again restarted the business in October 2021, in the interim period the guest house was let out and run as a separate business and therefore accounts are available prior to 2018 only.
The business has its own website, www.eastclaremontguesthouse.com and bookings are also taken from Booking.com There is great scope to further build on the business or indeed to create a large family or division of the house into separate flats, subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
The house is full of traditional charm with beautiful ceiling cornicing, roses, and features in many rooms along with a stunning winding staircase connecting the three floors. There is gas central heating throughout. The owners currently employ a full time house manager and a part time house keeper who between them manage the day to day running of the guest house including a full breakfast service.
Laundry is currently done by an external company. The accommodation includes an entrance vestibule and hallway and on the ground floor level there are four bedrooms all with en suite facilities.
The lower ground floor has two en suite letting bedrooms, three cupboards, a study, kitchen and utility/shower room. There is a dining/breakfast room located to the rear. On the top floor there are four further en suite bedrooms.
Externally there is a small secluded garden to the front and to the rear there is off street parking for two cars. Some fixtures and furnishings can be available by separate negotiation.
Internal viewing of this large property is essential to appreciate the accommodation offered in this excellent location. Edinburgh’s New Town is a World Heritage Site, and a Georgian architecture marvel. Just half a mile from bustling Princes St, properties in this area combine stunning architectural detail with space and comfort.
Just a stone’s throw away from all the shopping opportunities and restaurants that the city centre has to offer, New Town has its own rich cultural scenes. Nearby King George V Park is a green haven in the city, and as well as being in close proximity to many of Edinburgh’s cultural and historical sights, New Town is excellently located for commuting elsewhere, with train and bus stations right on the doorstep.
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