Join Millionaire’s Row Without The Millionaire Price Tag
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
on behalf of Gilson Gray
A property, never before on the open market and on one of Edinburgh’s most exclusive streets, has become available – giving house-hunters the chance to live on millionaire’s row without paying a seven figure sum.
Situated at the end of Easter Belmont Road in Murrayfield, the breathtaking first floor apartment forms part of a stunning 1930s detached villa conversion and has real distinction and character.
This desirable residence, overlooking Murrayfield Golf Course to the north and the majestic Pentland Hills to the south, is on the market through Gilson Gray Property, an award winning Scottish estate agent, for offers over £815,000.
Accessed via a secure entry phone system and a communal entrance shared with just one other property, the front door opens into a stately entrance vestibule with a grand archway leading into the magnificent hall, which stretches the entire breadth of the property.
The apartment boasts a spectacular lounge, which is bathed in light from dual aspect windows, which includes a south-facing bow window overlooking gardens to Edinburgh. Arranged around a marble fireplace, the room offers a wealth of space and options.
Rob McGregor, Associate Director of Property Sales at Gilson Gray, said: “Properties such as this rarely come to market and thus represent an exciting opportunity to acquire an unrivalled home for generations to come.
“Blessed with a favourable south-facing aspect, stunning views and vast space, this exceptional property is flooded with warm, natural light and enjoys a spacious and airy ambience throughout.”
Elsewhere in the property there is a lavish master suite with a substantial walk in wardrobe and en-suite and two further double bedrooms which overlook the front of the property.
The apartment also accommodates a vast kitchen and a generous dining area, perfect for family meals or informal entertaining, while externally the property features a single garage and an allocated parking space directly in front.
Jane Shurmer, daughter of the former owner, said: “This really is the most special property in a very community minded area.
“You have to walk into the property to fully understand just how incredible it is and how much space is available, it has the most spectacular master suite and drawing room.
“My mother moved here in 1994 and adored it – I will be delighted to see someone love the flat the way mum did.”
Perhaps best known as the home of Scottish rugby, Murrayfield is also the location of some of the most exclusive private residences in the capital. Less than two miles from the city centre, it enjoys a tranquil, countryside setting with stunning views of picturesque Corstorphine Hill.
In addition to the renowned Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh’s West End is thriving with award-winning restaurants, trendy bars and specialist shops while being in close proximity to a number of the country’s finest private schools.
The area is also ideal for commuters with easy access to the Edinburgh City Bypass and the M8/M9 motorway network, as well as good transport links including the new Edinburgh tramline.
Viewings are available seven days a week by appointment.
To learn more about the property or to register an interest, contact Rob McGregor of Gilson Gray on 07841 920088.
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