A secluded cul de sac at the top of Murrayfield Road may be called Millionaires’ Row by property experts, (although we know of a few residents who call it ‘The Scheme’).
To live there you might expect to pay over £1 million for a house. Certainly former Rangers Chairman, David Murray was trying to sell his home there for more than that a while back.
But now Gilson Gray are marketing a property at less than seven figures, but which is pretty special all the same.
It has enough space for entertaining and views over Murrayfield and to the Pentlands beyond. The 1930s apartment is coming up for sale for the first time in almost a quarter of a century.
Rob McGregor, Associate Director of Property Sales at Gilson Gray, said: “Properties such as this rarely come to market and thus represent an exciting opportunity to acquire an unrivalled home for generations to come.
“Blessed with a favourable south-facing aspect, stunning views and vast space, this exceptional property is flooded with warm, natural light and enjoys a spacious and airy ambience throughout.”
“Elsewhere in the property there is a lavish master suite with a substantial walk in wardrobe and en-suite and two further double bedrooms which overlook the front of the property.
“The apartment also accommodates a vast kitchen and a generous dining area, perfect for family meals or informal entertaining, while externally the property features a single garage and an allocated parking space directly in front.”
Jane Shurmer, daughter of the former owner, said: “This really is the most special property in a very community minded area.
“You have to walk into the property to fully understand just how incredible it is and how much space is available, it has the most spectacular master suite and drawing room.
“My mother moved here in 1994 and adored it – I will be delighted to see someone love the flat the way mum did.”
20-2 Easter Belmont Road Edinburgh Offers Over £815,000.