Stunning Georgian townhouse hits Edinburgh market with stunning views of Arthur’s Seat

A stunning four-bedroom house in Edinburgh’s Duddingston with magnificent views of Arthur’s Seat has come on the market.

However, for deals above £895,000 the price is steep.

This stunning Georgian townhouse is in the south-east of the city, near Holyrood Park.

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With fantastic access to walkways around the park and Duddingston Loch, it also offers breathtaking views of Arthur’s Seat.

This truly tranquil property was built in 1815 and retains an array of Georgian and Victorian features over two spacious floors.

The house has a beautiful open living room, with fireplace and floor to ceiling windows that let in lots of natural light.

The house has a fireplace built into the wall

The amazing breakfast nook overlooks the back garden

A large kitchen offers plenty of work and storage space, with a modern induction hob. Its charming breakfast room overlooks the rear garden, with one wall of the kitchen converted into floor-to-ceiling windows. Perfect for admiring the picturesque views while enjoying a morning coffee.

While the exterior retains many of the original Georgian and later Victorian features, the interior has been almost completely modernized. Hardwood floors and white walls provide a clean, bright look.

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A statement on the property’s website, Zoopla, wrote: ‘Beautifully presented detached Georgian house with wonderful views of Arthur’s Seat in a quiet, picturesque village close to the town centre.

“The main living areas on the ground floor are accessed via a wide reception hall with a staircase leading to the bedrooms on the upper floor. The elegant living room has a bay window, ornate plasterwork and a open fireplace with a marble surround.

“A real feature of the property is the beautiful rear garden with a central lawn surrounded by well-stocked herbaceous borders, a variety of plants and trees including plum, apple, pear and cherry trees.”

You can see more of the property here.

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