About the home
Located in a building overlooking the Meadows, this first floor flat is in a brilliant spot. There's a sense of light and space and there are wooden floors throughout. As you enter the home, both bedrooms overlook the quiet neighbours gardens to the rear. There is a shower room opposite the bedrooms. The dining kitchen is a great size, with a table seating six. It's well equipped for dining at home. The sitting room has large windows overlooking the Meadows and a sense of space and calm.&
George Square for Edinburgh Festival venues - 5 minutes
Summerhall - 8 minutes
Argyll Place for independent local shops, restaurants and cafes - 3 minutes
Meadow Place is in a great and green part of town. Step outside and the Meadows open up in front of you. Across the Meadows is Southside and The Old Town. In the Festival this means George Square and Bristo Square are five minutes away. Summerhall is just along the road and Victor Hugo deli is along the . Just behind the apartment is Marchmont and there you'll find some great neighbourhood food shops, cafes and restaurants. Brilliant Bruntsfield is closeby too.&
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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