This penthouse property boasts three double bedrooms and a generous single bedroom aswel as three newly refurbished bathrooms. Set over 1670 sq feet, the flat offers very flexible accommodation for a family or professional couple. The property has been recently upgraded and now benefits from a new kitchen/dining area and three stylish new bathrooms. There are three good sized double bedrooms and a further single bedroom, with the master bedroom benefitting from a walk in wardrobe, en-suite and private balcony. The living room has access to a further balcony overlooking the Hopetoun village gardens, formerly the site of Edinburgh’s botanic gardens.
The apartment further benefits from two private parking resident permits, double glazing and gas central heating. Viewings strictly by appointment only.
Nestled the Edinburgh's New Town this property enjoys close proximity to all that our inspiring Capital has to offer. Award-winning restaurants, trendy bistros, independent retailers, art galleries, theatres, traditional pubs and designer outlets, including Harvey Nichols and the much-anticipated St James Centre opening in 2020, are all within walking distance. Broughton Street boasts a wide selection of award winning restaurants and there are a range of supermarkets nearby, including a large Sainsbury’s and a Tesco.
Schooling is conveniently close with Stockbridge Primary, George Heriots and Edinburgh Academy all nearby. Hopetoun Crescent is one of the most desirable and sought after areas to live in the New Town and is popular with professionals who want a quiet and peaceful place to live in but with the vibrancy of city’s East end within minutes’ walk. With more than 35 bus routes, new green cycle paths, the main tram terminus at York Place and a short walk to Waverly Station, you are truly well connected.
The famous Calton Hill is only a minutes’ walk away, set right in the city Centre. Arthurs seat is only 5 minutes by car where you can have truly outstanding panoramic views of the city. The Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are within walking distance and the old railway lines that radiate out from Canonmills provide almost country-like walks within the heart of the City.