Edinburgh firm of Chartered Surveyors, Graham + Sibbald, are delighted to bring to the market a fantastic freehold office opportunity in Edinburgh’s New Town, 2 Hart Street Lane.

The Monastery is being put up for sale by its owners Gaia Architects.

The Monastery is believed to be connected with the French Community in the 17th Century, and may be the only remaining Huguenot temple in Scotland. It has been converted into office space over first and second floors. The subjects benefit from original features throughout and there is an abundance of daylight at second floor level.

The subjects are also the birthplace of the song “Flower of Scotland” according to the agents. They would also suit conversion to a residential property. The subjects are located close to Broughton Street and its vast array of bars and restaurants and are within 10 minutes walking distance of Waverley Station.

The subjects are offered at offers over £220,000 and viewings can be arranged through the selling agents Graham + Sibbald in Edinburgh, Phone: 0131 240 5311.

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