Eglinton Crescent is a very grand Victorian sweeping crescent in Edinburgh's West End. It's very peaceful here but only a short walk to Haymarket station where you'll find trams, trains and an M&S food shop, plus a good selection of local restaurants. Princes Street is short walk away too.
This is such a fabulous home and the moment you step inside, you'll know that you've made the right choice and that you're going to have a fantastic time here. It's immediately clear that everything is fantastic quality, using state of the art technology. The owners family is going to use this home too and they have thought of every detail to make life as comfortable and cared for as possible.
There's a wonderful living space spanning the entire length of the building and it feels like a sumptuous oasis. The kitchen takes centre stage with a dining room at one end and sitting room at the other. The dining room leads onto a terraced private garden with seating. The lovely dining table seats 6 very comfortably and the kitchen is very well equipped for anyone wanting to cook at home. The sitting room has a comfy L shaped sofa and... Read the full description
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West End & Dean
Edinburgh’s West End and Dean is a popular, smart area. Running West from Queensferry Street to Magdala Crescent and North from Buckingham Terrace and Belgrave Crescent across the Dean Bridge to Shandwick Place in the South.
The Victorians created the West End and aimed to make it bigger and grander than the Georgian New Town. The streets are wide and the stone buildings enormous with huge high ceilings. The wide crescents often have private gardens in the middle and the area feels elegant and opulent. Princes Street can be easily reached on foot and Haymarket Station and the trams are close by too. William Street and Stafford Street are the West End’s most charming shopping streets and they are packed with exciting independent boutiques and some lovely restaurants and cafés. Around the corner magnificent Melville Street is home to various consulates and important companies. St Mary’s Cathedral rises above the West End and is perfect for lovers of angelic choral singing as they have a celebrated music school.Read More