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Queen Street, New Town  

4 bedrooms | £3500 pcm

Key Info

Rent: £3500 per month

Bedrooms: 4

Reception rooms: 2

Available: Now

Furnished: Furnished

Property type: Flat

Floor: Ground

Building style: Traditional

Heating: Gas CH

Parking: Council Permit

Garden: Private

Council tax band: G

Restrictions: No Smoking.

Additional features: Marble worktops, Utility room, Washing machine, Fridge freezer, Ensuite, Dish washer

Enviably located in Edinburgh`s New Town 54 Queen Street presents a stunning opportunity to rent in the heart of the city. This stunning bespoke property is set across two floors comprising of a spacious lounge, an open plan kitchen/dining room, leading to a private garden at the rear basement level of the property, four double bedrooms, two reception rooms, and three bathrooms which provide expansive modern space. The lower floor comprises of the three spacious bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, and a charming family bathroom.

Edinburgh`s New Town, with its spectacular Georgian architecture offers a tremendous array of facilities. The property also benefits from access to the exclusive Queen Street Gardens.

Situated in the heart of Edinburgh`s City Centre the property boast a plethora of local amenities including various bars, cafes and restaurants. Furthermore there are endless shopping opportunities offered on both George Street and Princes Street as well as nearby Multrees Walk offering high end retailers such as Harvey Nichols, Mulberry and Kurt Geiger. Transport links out of town are also on hand with Edinburgh`s Waverley Train Station only a short walk away, and the nearby the tram stop on York Place offering access to both Haymarket train Station and Edinburgh Airport.

Viewing recommended.

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

EPC Rating: C.

Landlord reg: Pending.

New Town

Queen 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