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£330,000

4/3 Randolph Crescent, New Town, Edinburgh

Roderick Urquhart

0131 556 2896

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Property Features

  • Open views over Randolph Crescent Gardens
  • Access to private gardens.

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Summary

NEW PRICE - OFFERS OVER £330,000 A bright and attractive top floor flat, with open views over Randolph Crescent Gardens, in a central location within Edinburgh’s historic New Town.

Description

Hallway, Sittingroom, Kitchen, Master Bedroom with good sized Boxroom / Walkin wardrobe, Second Bedroom and Bathroom.

Randolph Crescent is an elegant Georgian Crescent situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s World famous New Town. The property is in a superb location, being only a few minutes walk from the Edinburgh’s well known City Centre and its very extensive shopping facilities in Princes Street, George Street and the West End. There are numerous bistros, bars, restaurants, theatres and galleries all within easy walking distance. The main parts of the City’s financial and commercial centres are also conveniently reached on foot, as are Waverley and Haymarket Stations. The current proprietors enjoy private access to the well maintained and classically proportioned New Town gardens in Randolph Crescent, Moray Place, Ainslie Place and Bank Gardens (by Doune Terrace) upon payment of a fee of £140 per annum. The Royal Botanical Gardens are an easy walk away on foot, as are attractive walks along the Water of Leith and in Inverleith Park. There are excellent bus services almost on the doorstep, and there is easy access by car along Queensferry Road to the City Bypass, the main motorway network, and Edinburgh Airport. The area is conveniently close to a number of well-known private and public schools. There is a resident’s car parking by permit at the front door.

Viewing: Sundays 2 – 4 p.m. or by appointment by telephoning 0131 225 6895 or Urquharts Property on 0131 556 2896 or email enquiries@urquharts.co.uk.

 

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