£685,000 Offers over
Occupying the lower ground and garden levels of an impressive A Listed townhouse, 15a Randolph Crescent offers flexible, spacious family accommodation within Edinburghs highly desirable New Town. The property benefits from sash and case windows, private garden and exceptional views. Accessed via a private stair into the front courtyard, there is a vestibule leading from the courtyard, providing access to three bedrooms, a sitting room and bathroom. At the garden level is a spacious dining kitchen, further double bedroom, wine cellar, cloakroom, utility room, pantry and bathroom. There is considerable versatility in the use of a number of the rooms and there is scope for development within the garden level. There is excellent storage throughout the property with useful additional storage cellars off the patio area to the front. To the rear is a charming garden with artificial lawn and quite stunning views over the Dean Gardens and Water of Leith. Residents parking permits can be obtained. Access to the gardens within Lord Morays Fue including the Moray Place and Ainslie Gardens can be obtained upon payment of a modest annual fee.
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