Sun 2-4 or by app tel Sols 0131 270 8118 Spottiswoode Street is a wide residential street of fine traditional Edinburgh tenement buildings,
Sun 2-4 or by app tel Sols 0131 270 8118 This small residential development of apartments and townhouses, was completed to a traditional
Exceptionally bright and spacious two-bedroom top-floor (3rd) Victorian tenement flat, located in the fashionable Hillside area of Edinburgh. With
Beautifully-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat set in a traditional Victorian stone-built tenement, located in the Gorgie area of Edinburgh.
Beautifully-presented, modern, three-bedroom upper villa in a secluded residential location, in the shadow of Corstorphine Hill, in Edinburgh's
Sun 2-4pm or appt on 667 0232 This most appealing lower ground floor flat is peacefully situated to the rear of a block forming part of an
By appt on 0131 667 0232 The property offered for sale forms a particularly light and spacious traditional first floor flat with a shared
Sun 2-4pm or by appt with Sols 667 0232 The subject of the sale is a particularly appealing flat, located on the preferred first floor of a
Sun 2-4pm or by appt with Sols 667 0232 The subject of the sale is a delightful 2nd floor flat of immense appeal, forming part of a stone
Sun 2-4pm or Warners 0131 667 0232 This most impressive property forms the lower flat of a detached villa. The owners can enjoy the use of
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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.