Randolph Crescent offers spacious apartments set across three handsome Georgian townhouses in the heart of Edinburgh's prestigious New Town, within easy walking distance of all of the city's many attractions. The Georgian townhouses are steeped in history. Designed in 1822 by James Gillespie Graham, these elegant Grade A Listed buildings once housed the French Consulate.
The property's jewel in the crown is the outstanding views to the rear of the building over the Dean Valley. These provide a sense of drama, while both the front and rear of the building overlook the attractive green spaces of the Moray Feu, to which access may be obtained Randolph Crescent's apartments reimagine a historic building in a vibrant new context fit for 21st-century living.
All the living spaces are designed to perfect proportions which make them special places to linger in, with natural light flooding through the large sash windows. A sensitive, design-led approach to the interiors has been taken, restoring these wonderful townhouses to create exciting new dwellings. That meant respecting a gamut of original features such as cornices, paneling, and a cupola, which pours light down the shared stairs to the ground floor. The grandest rooms are occupied by the kitchen, living, and dining areas. These open-plan spaces make for a light and airy contemporary living.
Just a few minutes downhill sits the charming village of Stockbridge, an area packed with dozens of independent boutiques, restaurants, cafés, and pubs. Nearby the Water of Leith walkway makes for a really pleasant stroll or bike ride along a twelve-mile path with green-fringed banks carpeted by wildflowers and ancient woodlands. The historic Dean Village is another oasis of calm on your doorstep.
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