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Drummond Place, New Town  

4 bedrooms | £2250 pcm

Key Info

Rent: £2250 per month

Bedrooms: 4

Reception rooms: 2

Available: Now

Furnished: Furnished

Property type: Flat

Floor: Basement

Building style: Traditional

Parking: Permit

Council tax band: G

Additional features: Hardwood Floor, Washing machine, Fridge, Freezer, Shower, Dish washer, Dining Table

Charming, four bedroomed property in the highly sought-after New Town area of Edinburgh. This flat is spread across two floors on the basement level of a traditional building and is available fully furnished. This property has an abundance of living space and would be ideal for a family or professional couple seeking some extra space.

Internally, the property comprises a bright living room with feature fireplace, large fully-equipped kitchen/dining area with ample space for entertaining, spacious bathroom with bath, additional shower cubicle and double wash basin, master bedroom with stunning four poster bed and three further generously-sized double bedrooms, with the potential for one to act as a study. This desireable apartment further benefits from gas central heating, on-street permit parking and a patio to the front of the property.

The New Town is home to some of EdinburghÂ’s most prestigious art galleries, including the National Gallery of Scotland, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, and the Royal Scottish Academy. Other notable buildings include Balmoral Hotel, Waverley Train Station, Scott Monument and the Assembly Rooms. The area is also well known for its shopping, particularly on Princes and George Street and boasts Harvey Nichols and John Lewis. As well as the shopping, there are several well renowned bars and restaurants and it is home to a vibrant night life.

Landlord Registration: Pending

EPC: Pending

New Town

21a Drummond Place is located in the New Town area.

A masterpiece of City planning having been built over a hundred year period starting in 1765. The history behind the New Town began in the 18th Century when the City Fathers decided to construct a new area to accommodate the overcrowding inside the Old Town city walls. Started in 1765 the designs of the buildings […]

» Read more in our New Town area guide