Inside a Georgian Pied-à-Terre on sale in Edinburgh World Heritage Site

Capital buyers have a rare opportunity to purchase an A-listed Pied-à-Terre within Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site.

The immaculately presented one bedroom Georgian apartment is situated on Royal Crescent, a highly sought after street nestled in the famous New Town.

On the market through Boyd Property for offers over £275,000, the spacious home is in walk in condition and is perfectly suited to a young professional or a couple looking to make the New Town their base.

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Picture: the living room, Boyd Property

Kerry Wells, Property Manager for Boyd Property, said: “21a Royal Crescent is a truly beautiful apartment and a perfect opportunity for a buyer looking to live in this celebrated part of town.

“Thanks to its central location the property is ideal for those working in the city, but with great transport links right on its doorstop, those working in surrounding areas will benefit from a quick commute.

“Furthermore, with the average property price in the EH3 postcode sitting at £400,000 it is at a great price which I’m sure will grab the attention of a lot of buyers.

“It has also been decorated with neutral tones throughout so potential owners can move in without having to do any work on the property.”

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Picture: the bedroom, Boyd Property

The home features a beautifully light and spacious south facing living and dining room with feature fireplace and French doors leading to the communal rear garden.

The kitchen is well proportioned and is fitted with modern white base and wall mounted units with integrated double oven and hob.

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Picture: the kitchen, Boyd Property

The spacious double bedroom provides a relaxing retreat with a large window and a traditional press.

The building benefits from zoned parking and a large grassy communal garden at the rear of the property. On top of this the apartment further benefits from its own easily maintained private front garden.

An abundance of shopping facilities and transport links are right on your doorstep thanks to the central location.

Picture: Boyd Property

There are fantastic transport links with domestic and international flights available from Edinburgh Airport, and great bus and tram services are easily accessible for those staying closer to home.

Viewings are available by appointment and more information can be found here.

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