This charming home from home is perfectly located on a very quiet street just off Stockbridge's main street. Stockbridge is one of Edinburgh's most loved areas - and for good reason as there is such a fabulous range of local food shops, restaurants, cafes and boutiques as well as a Sunday market, walks along the picturesque Water of Leith and The Botanics and Inverleith park are close by too. Plenty of buses go to the city centre, which can also be reached on foot in 15 minutes. �
This apartment is located on the second floor and Cheyne Street lies off Raeburn Place and is extremely quiet. There's an absolute charm about this home. The styling shows a love of Provence and there are gorgeous touches everywhere. The living room has an arch which leads into the kitchen. The living room has a very comfy sofa and a dining table to seat 4 comfortably. There are lots of fab cookery books so you can make the most of the brilliant local independent food shops including Bowers the butcher and Armstrong's the fishmonger. There's a pretty sofa in the kitchen and a little table by the window where you can... Read the full description
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Stockbridge is one of Edinburgh’s most popular and charming local areas. In the East it runs from St Stephen Street to Dean Park Mews in the West and from Stockbridge Colonies in the North to India Place in the South.
The area is one of Edinburgh’s greenest. The Water of Leith flows through Stockbridge, in fact the area is named after the bridge which crosses it and there are very pretty walks along it. It’s so quiet and rural, that it is hard to believe you are in the middle of the city. St Bernard’s Well is a little Greek style temple overlooking the water. The world class Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are a few minutes walk away and are both wonderful for a wander. Inverleith Park has an excellent play park for children and The Botanics is a complete joy at any time of year. If you like running, this area is perfection. The first international rugby match between Scotland and England was played in the area on 27th March 1871. The Stockbridge Duck Race takes place here every year, for charity, when 1000 plastic ducks are released off the bridge to race down The Water of Leith.Read More