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40 Northumberland Street, New Town, Edinburgh

4 Bedroomed House | Offers Over £1,125,000

Comfortable, manageable terraced Georgian townhouse with family accommodation on Garden, Ground and First Floors and charming south-facing garden.Ground Floor   Flagstone...

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Key facts


Bedrooms
4
Reception rooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Parking
Permit
EPC Rating
E

  • Hall
    x
  • Drawing Room
    7.06 x 4.88
  • Dining Room
    4.85 x 4.67
  • Kitchen/Breakfastroom
    4.83 x 4.09
  • Bedroom 1
    4.90 x 4.42
  • Bedroom 2
    4.93 x 3.63
  • Bedroom 3
    3.56 x 3.38
  • Bedroom 4
    3.58 x 2.51
  • Family room
    3.66 x 3.45
  • Utilityroom
    2.51 x 1.88
  • Bathroom
    2.51 x 1.88
  • Showerroom
    2.85 x 2.51
  • Butler's Pantry
    2.51 x 1.88
  • Workshop
    2.06 x 1.37

Description

Comfortable, manageable terraced Georgian townhouse with family accommodation on Garden, Ground and First Floors and charming south-facing garden.

Ground Floor   Flagstone entrance hall with stone staircase to upper floor, Elegant Drawing Room looking over the garden, Diningroom, Butler’s Pantry. 

First Floor    Four Double Bedrooms, 2 to front and 2 to rear, Tiled Bathroom with tea-caddy ceiling. 

Garden Level   Kitchen/Breakfastroom with Laundry off, Snug/Family Room, Italian tiled Shower Room with underfloor heating. Various ‘offices’ – larder, wine cellar, linen cupboard, stores and workshop.

Northumberland Street is one of Edinburgh’s most desirable addresses in the heart of the Georgian New Town, yet only minutes’ walk from Princes Street and the City Centre.

The street was built between 1807 and 1819 and because of the more manageable proportions of the houses has generally escaped redevelopment and subdivision.

This is an ideal 4-bedroom family home with elegant well-proportioned rooms and the characteristic features of the era with astragalled windows, stone staircases, dadoes, cornice work and mantelpieces with open hearths.

The south-facing garden is well stocked and wonderfully secluded with high stone walls.  A stone flagged alfresco area leads to the main garden.