Edinburgh property: Adorable Victorian flat with sun-trap garden hits the market

By Sian Traynor

A rare-find flat has hit the market in one of the city's most sought after locations in the West End.

On most occasions, it can be difficult to get your hands on a city centre property that comes with the luxury of a garden.

However, for the price tag of just under half a million, this two-bedroom flat on Belford Mews is offering a fresh modern home, as well as an adorable sun-trap terrace.

Located just down the road from the National Galleries and Dean Village, the property is on the market for offers over £460,000.

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Set on the ground floor of a Victorian terrace, the flat still holds some of its classic features, but has been given a modern makeover throughout, with the kitchen leading out to a small extension.

The kitchen leads through to the garden (ESPC)

With the new refurbishment providing a small terrace/balcony over the garden, the home is full of light both inside and out.

There are two bedrooms and a small office space (ESPC)

Speaking about the property, ESPC said: "Set on an attractive Victorian terrace in Edinburgh's highly sought-after West End, this stunning three bedroom, garden flat, is beautifully presented throughout, with a contemporary extension to the rear housing a stylish kitchen/ dining room, with floor-to-ceiling glazing overlooking the greenery around the Water of Leith.

The garden is private (ESPC)

"The property has original features sitting comfortably beside the modern refurbishment, and further boasts a beautiful private garden with terraced deck. Location - Belford Terrace is enviably located beside the Water of Leith and next to the beautiful Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art with its chic landscapes. Just along the road is the heart of the West End, a popular area of Edinburgh City Centre, well served by a variety of local eateries, coffee shops and boutiques as well as being only a short walk from the extensive amenities of Princes Street and Haymarket.

A picturesque, riverside walk along the Water of Leith leads to Dean Village, and further to trendy Stockbridge with its bustling nightlife and village feel.

You can find more information here.


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