Short term let : Bright and spacious flat near the Meadows, Edinburgh

£470 Per Month, £470 Deposit, 13th Jan, Double Room , Furnished
£525 Per Month, £525 Deposit, 6th Jan, Double Room , Furnished
£450 Per Month, £450 Deposit, 13th Jan, Double Room , Furnished
Minimum Stay 3 months
Top floor flat (4th floor) with wooden floors throughout, high ceilings and original cornicing.
It has just been renovated.

It is available now for a short term let of approximately three months.

Comprises :
- two double bedrooms
- a large lounge with bay window and sofa bed.
- a spacious kitchen/dining room.
- a newly fitted bathroom with an electric shower.
- a large storage room.

This is a fully furnished flat with a great shared back garden space which you would have full access to.

The rent doesn't include bills.
Total energy and internet cost approximately £60 per month (depending on usage).
Council tax approximately £60 each unless everyone is a student.

Bruntsfield is a great area to live. There are many amenities around the corner - small cafes, bakeries, shops and eateries.
The Meadows is a two minute walk away.
Warrender park Victorian swimming pool is about a ten minute walk.
Cinemas and theatres are within walking distance (Cameo, film house, Kings theatre, traverse etc).
It is very well connected with many buses stopping around the corner from the flat.

Property Details

Current Tenants

No current tenants / Unknown.

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 20
Max. age 99
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No


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