Located on Arden Street in popular Marchmont, this home is a very short walk from The Meadows and the wonderful independent shops, restaurants and bars of Bruntsfield. It's a brilliant location during The Edinburgh Festival as all the main venues are close by. There are plenty of local shops in the Marchmont area and it's a great base if you're visiting Edinburgh as you'll be able to walk to the Old Town and Royal Mile in just over 10 minutes.
The apartment is located on the first floor. It's very well taken care of by the owners, who like to maintain high standards. There's a modern feel to the space with polished wooden floors and pale walls. There are four tastefully furnished double bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a shower over the bath. The living space is large (8.13m x 3m) and in the attractive modern kitchen you'll find a dishwasher. There's a utility room off this space with a washing machine and dryer too. There's a large L shaped comfy sofa and a smart TV in the living area. In the large hallway, you'll find a dining table. There's data fibre optic broadband with a good speed.
This a great home for the Edinburgh Festival when a whole month booking is preferred and as a base whilst on holiday or working in the city.
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At Dickins, the longer you stay the less you pay. We offer a 20% discount when you book for between 4 and 10 weeks and a 25% discount when you book for 10 weeks or longer. These discounts are calculated when you select your dates.
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Marchmont is a much loved area of Edinburgh starting at the Meadows and running South to Beaufort Road and from Whitehouse Loan in the West to Causewayside in the East.
It was planned as an area of middle class tenements by Sir George Warrender, who owned an estate in the area known as ‘Warrender Park’ in the mid 19th century. A few streets in the area commemorate his name. It comprises mostly of four storey Victorian residential tenements and nowadays it’s very popular with families and students. Arden Street is where Ian Rankin’s fictional Detective Inspector Rebus lives.Read More