Cumberland Street is a charming street in the heart of Edinburgh's Georgian New Town. At one end of the street you'll find Dundas Street which has lovely local shops and cafes as well as good bus links. Within 10 minutes walk you can reach popular Stockbridge, George Street with all its fab shops and restaurants and Broughton Street, so this is a brilliant central location.
This one bedroom home is quietly situated at the basement level with access to a patio area outside. There's a cute, playful vibe to the apartment which has been recently refurbished and decorated. The sitting room has a large TV and a dining table to seat two. You can see the little patio area with a table and chairs from the sitting room. Off the sitting room, there's the fully equipped kitchen, so you'll be able to make the most of the excellent independent local food shops if you enjoy cooking.
The bedroom is quiet with striking, fun wallpaper and good quality bedding, so you should have a sleep well here. The bathroom is on trend with metro tiles and flamingo wallpaper and cool lighting. There's a shower over the bath.
Cumberland Street is a great base whether you're in Edinburgh on holiday or are staying for a longer period.
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Central New Town
The Central New Town spans from Scotland Street in the East to Randolph Crescent in the West and from Princes Street in the South to Brandon Terrace in the North. It encompasses most of Edinburgh’s beautiful and enviable Georgian New Town.
In 1766 James Craig, aged 27, entered a competition to design a New Town to ease overcrowding in the Old Town. There were six entries and he won. His plan was for St Andrew Square and Charlotte Square, Princes Street, George Street and Queen Street and was presented to King George III in 1767. Edinburgh’s New Town is now world famous and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. The Georgian New Town is known for its graceful sweeping crescents, wide streets and private central gardens. The beautiful stone buildings have large astragal windows that we love to peep in on a winters evening to see what lies inside. The architectural details and high ceilings in Edinburgh’s New Town put Bath to shame. The architectural highlights are Charlotte Square, Moray Place and Heriot Row.Read More