101 The Playfair Donaldson’s (F17)

Apartment for Sale in Edinburgh

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£790,000

2 Bedrooms First Floor 1,541 Sq Ft (NSA)

This two bedroom apartment is extremely spacious at 1,541 sq ft. Positioned over two floors, the apartment boasts an impressive living, kitchen and dining room with high ceilings. Flooded with light from the double height, restored windows, this space is perfect for entertaining.

The master bedroom is spacious with a dressing room and a beautiful space for a dressing table in front of the original windows. Along the corridor there is room for a study, which coupled with high-speed internet, facilitates working from home with ease. There is also a luxurious bathroom with a bath and shower.

The second bedroom is generous and there is an addition stylish bathroom appointed with quality sanitaryware and brassware.

The apartment is sold with two secure parking spaces in the underground carpark.

Apartment Features

Views overlooking the chapel
Original windows
Home office space
Internet speeds up to 200mb enabling you to work from home with ease
Essential utility space
Two secure underground allocated 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. Donna Martin and Mark Clay Sales Executives at The Playfair, Donaldson's Make An Enquiry

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