100 The Playfair Donaldson’s (F22)

Apartment for Sale in Edinburgh

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£550,000

2 Bedrooms First Floor 933 Sq Ft (NSA)

This wonderful two bedroom conversion home positioned on the first floor within the majestic Playfair building enjoys views of the surrounding landscaped gardens and breath-taking chapel.

The kitchen, dining and living is flooded with light thanks to the double height windows, additionally the kitchen has been fitted with Corian worktops and Siemens integrated appliances.

The master bedroom is spacious with 100% wool carpet and a fitted wardrobe. The second bedroom is generous and there’s a luxurious bathroom with a bath and shower, it’s appointed with sanitaryware from Villeroy & Boch and brassware from Hansgrohe and Crosswater.

This beautiful home is completed with a downstairs WC and is sold with one allcoated parking space.

Apartment Features

Views of remarkable chapel
Space within the living area, ideal for use as a home office
Internet speeds up to 200mb enabling you to work remotely
Two spacious bedrooms with a perfectly positioned bathroom with a bath and shower
Premium specification throughout
Two allocated secure parking spaces

Development Features

16 Acres of Private Parkland

City Centre

Concierge Service

Allocated Parking

Dog Friendly

High Speed Internet

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Call 0131 610 6000

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A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at The Playfair, Donaldson’s. Located in Edinburgh’s historical West End. We will take you on a personal tour of this iconic building, highlighting our history and outstanding work achieved. We are proud to present this prestigious conversion project as your next home. Mark Clay Sales Executive at The Playfair, Donaldson's Make An Enquiry

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