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Cumberland Street, New Town  

2 bedrooms | £1500 pcm

Key Info

Rent: £1500 per month

Bedrooms: 2

Reception rooms: 1

Available: Now

Furnished: Furnished

Property type: Flat

Floor: Basement

Building style: Traditional

Heating: Gas CH

Parking: Council Permit

Garden: Private

Council tax band: TBC

Additional features: Flat screen TV, Entryphone, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine, Dryer, Microwave, Dish washer, Ample Storage

Excellent two bedroom main door apartment in the heart of The New Town. This basement property would ideally suit a professional couple or single person.

Comprises of a spacious entry hall with good storage, large lvving room with ample entertaining space and french doors leading to a private garden, well-equipped kitchen with quality units, worktops and appliances, two good-sized double bedrooms, one with a small double bed in and a modern, shower room. The property further benefits from permit parking and GCH.

Situated in the heart of Edinburgh`s Georgian New Town, the property is less than a quarter of a mile from Princes Street and the commercial area of the city. The local area provides an excellent selection of shops, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants, whilst more extensive shopping is available in the city centre. A wealth of other city centre attractions are close at hand, including various galleries, parks and museums. Recreational facilities nearby include Inverleith Park, The Royal Botanic Gardens and the Water of Leith. Regular buses serve the area and Waverly Station is less than a mile away.

Ben Property Management Limited is a regulated agent, registration number LARN1809028

Landlord Registration: Pending

EPC: Pending.

New Town

Cumberland Street, New Town 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