VMH Feature Property: 106 (4f1) Raeburn Place

Rarely available, 106 (4F1) Raeburn Place is a traditional top floor flat. Enjoying a south-facing aspect, the flat boasts spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle, as well as period feature.

 

First Impressions

The traditional panelled front door of this top floor flat opens into a spacious high-ceiling hallway. Here, rustic burnt-orange decor and handsome solid wood flooring set the tone for the appealing interiors to follow.

The generous dining kitchen has a tranquil leafy outlook and has views of neighbouring playing fields. The kitchen is arranged around a central seated dining area and is fitted with attractive solid wood cabinets, as well as a handy pantry.

An inviting living room is decorated in a neutral palette and promises flexible space for a variety of lounge furniture. The room features an exposed brick fireplace with a homely gas stove, and a sash-and-case window with a window seat.

 

The flat’s two double bedrooms boast incredible panoramic views of the city skyline, encapsulating Edinburgh Castle and the Scott Monument. The bedrooms are both elegantly decorated and heightened by an enviable south-facing aspect.

And finally, a sky-lit bathroom comes complete with a modern shower-over-bath, a pedestal basin and a WC. Externally, there is a shared rear garden, along with controlled parking (Zone N3).

Stockbridge

Situated in the heart of Stockbridge, Edinburgh’s much-loved urban village, the flat lies enviably close to a charming array of shops, bars, and eateries, as well as being just a 15-minute walk from the city centre.

Local Amenities

The bustling village boasts a wealth of amenities. For instance boutiques, art galleries, independent shops, renowned cheese mongers and more. A fantastic selection of fashionable cafés, restaurants and pubs line the main street. Situated nearby is a Waitrose supermarket. The Stockbridge market, held every Sunday at Jubilee Gardens, offers fresh produce and artisan crafts from independent traders.

Outdoor & Leisure 

Outdoor pursuits include Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic gardens, and the Water of Leith walkway. Glenogle swim centre offers restored Victorian swimming baths, a state-of-the-art gym and fitness classes.

Commuting

Regular bus services run to the city centre and beyond. Waverley train station, as well as the tram line, is within walking distance for easy commuting.

 If you think 106 (4f1) Raeburn Place could be your the home for you contact VMH today to arrange a viewing!