A beautifully presented three-bedroom ground and garden property with a private South/East facing rear garden. The property can be accessed via a communal entrance on the ground level or by private main door on the lower ground floor.
The ground floor level comprises an impressive bow-ended drawing room with original working shutters, intricate cornicing, and lovely views over the ever-desirable Drummond Place Gardens. The room enjoys an abundance of natural light and further benefits from original wood panelling and a gas fire.
To the rear of the ground level, the property has a spacious and bright principal bedroom looking over the private south east facing garden and a family sized bathroom.
On the lower ground level there are two further bedrooms and a beautifully proportioned dining room, which could also be used as a fourth bedroom if required or a garden room as this room offers access to the rear garden. This level also has two large internal box rooms providing a huge amount of storage space and the fully integrated kitchen.
To the rear of the property there is a south/east facing private garden. There is a patio area ideal for entertaining and having BBQ’s on a summers day, and then a raised, larger garden area accessed up a few steps. To the front of the property is a spacious courtyard and three cellars.
Living on Drummond Place also offers the opportunity to use the magnificent Drummond Place Gardens, widely considered some of the most desirable private gardens in Edinburgh. The privately owned gardens offer a magnificent city centre haven to sit in, relax or stroll in with family and friends.
Nestled in the New Town, the property enjoys a prime location in Edinburgh’s most prestigious postcode. Its excellent situation offers residents the finest amenities the capital has to offer, all within easy walking distance.
On your doorstep you will find a superb choice of top-rated restaurants, cafes, fashionable bars and clusters of small speciality shops. The New Town hosts world-class shopping outlets including Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, and Multrees Walk at St. Andrew Square, and the recently-built state-of-the-art St James Quarter, while Princes Street is lined with all the top name High Street retailers.
Stockbridge offers a unique village atmosphere and the independent outlets here are arguably some of the best in the country. A selection of some of Scotland’s finest art galleries are all in close proximity including the National Portrait Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Scottish National Galleries and Royal Scottish Academy. For days out, picnics or scenic walks the tranquil Water of Leith at Stockbridge and the colourful Royal Botanic Gardens are both nearby. Edinburgh boasts some of the best private schools in the country.
Both Fettes and Edinburgh Academy are close by, along with excellent state schools. For commuting to any part of the city or other parts of the country, the area offers an abundance of public transport services. The tram line runs from nearby York Place all the way to the airport, whilst there are over 35 bus routes departing from the area and Waverley Station is conveniently close.