With great individuality, this impressive main door flat occupies the lower levels of a B-Listed sandstone building by Thomas Brown (Circa 1821)
With own garage, this very sunny flat occupies part of the top floor of a three-storey block of twelve flats which benefits from a secure entry
Beautifully presented, light and spacious two bedroom basement flat of considerable charm and character, situated in the popular Trinity area, lying
Charming and well presented two bedroom flat on the first floor of an ex council tenement in Craigentinny, lying east of Edinburgh City Centre.
Well presented and particularly spacious and bright, main door lower flat situated in the Chesser area lying to the west of Edinburgh City Centre.
Spacious second floor flat within a Georgian tenement on the East side of the New Town. SOLD AS AN INVESTMENT WITH TENANTS. Entrance hall
A superb fourth/fifth floor duplex flat (lift service) with direct sea views from all rooms which is located within a most popular development.
A traditional first floor flat sold as a going concern with tenants in situ. Entrance hall Sitting room Kitchen Three bedrooms
A traditional second floor flat forming part of a Victorian tenement located in a vibrant part of Leith. SOLD AS AN INVESTMENT WITH TENANTS.
The property for sale is a two bedroom second floor flat within a traditional block of 8. It has recently been fully re-decorated and is therefore
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Flats for sale in Edinburgh
Edinburgh is situated on the East Coast of Scotland, and is Scotland's Capital City. A world heritage site steeped in history, Edinburgh is home to Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish Parliament. There are also excellent shopping, dining and nightlife options.
Many flats in Edinburgh are in traditional tenement buildings, but there are a host of modern flats particularly in the New Town area.
While Tourism is an important economic driver in Edinburgh, much of Edinburgh's economy is based on the concentration of financial services companies including Bank of Scotland, Standard life and Tesco Bank which have headquarters in the city.
Every year Edinburgh hosts the Edinburgh Festival which attracts tourists from around the world, helping to make Edinburgh the second most visited tourist destination in the UK, behind London.
Transport wise, Edinburgh is very well connected. Within Edinburgh, the majority of buses are operated by Lothian Buses and there is also a motorway connecting the city to Glasgow. Edinburgh is also home to Scotland's busiest airport and Waverley Train Station is an important hub on the East Coast Main Line route to London.