29/4 Bellevue Road Edinburgh, EH7 4DL


McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present this two-bedroom flat in Bellevue. The property is in walk-in condition and showcases excellent views of Calton Hill and further afield.

Internally, the property comprises of:
  • Fully equipped kitchen, situated in the box room of the property. It is spacious and modern equipped with electric induction hob, fan oven and white good appliances.
  • Spacious living area with bay window, makes for excellent flexible space for lounging and dining incorporated into the one room. From the bay window, you have excellent views of Edinburgh's popular Calton Hill.
  • Two large double bedrooms which offer a variety of possibilities of configurations however, both are more than adequate double bedrooms.
  • The bathroom is fitted with a shower over the bath and as tenement bathrooms come, it is more than accommodating.

in addition to the internal accommodation, there is also a communal rear garden which has been well looked after.

In addition to this, the property has full double glazing and a gas combination boiler making for a warm yet cost effective home year round. it is worth noting that parking is by way of on street residents, permit parking.

The view from the lounge
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2



Bellevue is an exclusively residential district on the fringe of the New Town, on its northeast flank, close to Canonmills. It consists of a wide variety of mainly Georgian style tenement properties. Very similar to the architecture of the New Town, but interspersed with a variety of more modern properties. Needless to say, this is an exceptionally central location which, for the energetic, is within walking distance of Princes Street.

Local shopping at Canonmills is first class with alternatives nearby at Broughton Street. Either of these locations provides a great deal more than normal daily requirements. Furthermore, within these districts are banking, building society and Post Office services. However, the city centre is quite literally on the doorstep and it would be a simple matter to travel into the heart for a more extensive shopping trip, where there is every possible shopping facility, service and amenity.

For those who enjoy open-air recreational facilities, The Royal Botanic Gardens are only a short walk away. Beyond that lies Inverleith Park. At Warriston the routes of old railway lines radiate out in a number of directions, providing almost country-like walks within the heart of the city. Nearby Leith is an established, independent community and is very much self-contained.

There is an excellent choice of places to eat and drink, several places of entertainment and a bright lively atmosphere. The Shore area of Leith, which is situated on either side of the Water of Leith as it approaches the sea, has become a particularly fashionable area.

The property is only a short walk from the tram stop at York Place, with trams running to the airport every ten minutes at peak times.