An entire Georgian townhouse located on Great Stuart Street in Edinburgh’s New Town has been placed on the market through selling agent Ryden at offers over £1.25m.
Extending to six floors of accommodation from sub-basement to third floor, the mid-terrace property is currently used as offices but considered suitable for residential conversion, subject to planning permission.
It is understood that the building was constructed around 1830 as part of the Moray Estate planned for the 10th Earl of Moray. The townhouse is Category A listed, has a garden to the rear and retains many period features.
The property is ideally located at the heart of the West End with easy access to a range of boutique shops, restaurants and cafés. Both George Street and Princes Street are within easy walking distance, as is Haymarket train station.
Commenting on the sale, Iain Taylor associate at Ryden, said: “We have witnessed a recent resurgence in appetite for traditional townhouse office buildings, particularly those ripe for conversion to high-end residential use. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a full townhouse building with rear garden in the heart of Edinburgh’s West End and we anticipate strong levels of interest from owner-occupiers and developers alike.”