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St Leonards Crag, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH8 9SP

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Reception rooms
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A spacious and rarely available three bedroom first floor flat conversion of the former James Clerk's High School building in the fashionable Newington area of Edinburgh City Centre.

The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with two useful storage cupboards, a spacious kitchen with a range of wall and base units, electric hob, oven and extractor. The living room is of a good size and has a separate dining area, three double bedrooms with in built cupboards and a bathroom with three piece suite and overhead shower.

This factored property further benefits from residents parking, exceptionally spacious public vestibule and stairwell, electric heating and the exceptionally tall period windows. There is also a HMO license for 3 residents.

Located within easy walking distance of Edinburgh City Centre and also within close proximity for the Edinburgh Universities, the high amenity area of South Clerk Street with a wealth of food shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Being directly adjacent to open spaces of Holyrood Park & Arthurs Seat and with the Meadows park also close by, recreational facilities include a multitude of sports clubs, including tennis, golf, cricket and the Edinburgh Commonwealth Pool is only just a short walk away.




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