Edinburgh property: Inside the one bed on the market for an eye-watering £300k

By Katie Williams

A one bed flat in Edinburgh's desirable West End has hit the market.

Living here would you put your so close to the city centre as this generous sized property is close to Haymarket train station and shops as well as bars and restaurants.

Keeping in touch with its traditional features, the flat offers high ceilings with delicate features and wide windows to look out on to the street.

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And long with a balcony that can fit just a small table and chair, there is also a communal garden, a rarity of city centre flats.

But there is an annual £40 fee to pay if you want to use it.

In its walk-in condition and location this one bed flat is on the market for offers over £345.000.

Edinburgh Live recently reported on what you can get for £300k in the different neighbourhoods in Edinburgh and it is proving that the price can fluctuate depending on location.

And you'd be lucky to find any cheap properties in the West End.

The large windows welcomes loads of light into the living room. (Angus Behm)

ESPC describes the property as: "Located in the prestigious residential area of Edinburgh's West End, this exceptional 1 bedroom drawing room flat forms part of a handsome Georgian building. The property lies within walking distance of all the amenities and attractions of the City Centre.

"The impressive interior is bright and generously proportioned and stylishly presented throughout.

"A particular feature is the triple windowed drawing room that is open plan with a dining area and kitchen with a balcony off."

They add: "Location The West End is close to many of the capital's finest shops and restaurants as well as its commercial and retail core in George Street and Princes Street.

"The cosmopolitan district of Stockbridge is only a short walk away offering a superb choice of speciality shops, food stores, fashionable bars, quaint coffee shops, delis and boutiques.

You need to pay £40 to use the communal garden. (SquareFoot - Angus Behm)

"There is easy access to the Water of Leith Walkway and cycle path, whilst the open spaces of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are also within walking distance.

"Haymarket rail station and tram stop is close by and regular public transport provides swift access in and around the city.

By car main roads connect quickly to the city bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, the Queensferry Crossing and central motorway network."

You can see more here.


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