This stunning city centre apartment’s interior was the location for the movie “New Town Killers”, starring Dougrie Scott as well as the backdrop for many magazine and catalogue shoots, the most famous being the "Tatler" portrait shoot of J.K Rowling.
Edinburgh’s Georgian New Town has a distinctive character with symmetrical streets and Georgian architecture. It is characterised by feature fanlights, black elegant railings and original lamplights. Heriot Row enjoys a prestigious reputation as one of the best city centre locations. Situated on the southern side of Queen Street Gardens; only minutes walk from George Street and Princes Street, which boast the very best in fashionable shops and restaurants as well as many of the Capital’s art galleries. Excellent bus services operate within the immediate vicinity, whilst both Waverley and Haymarket railway stations are within comfortable walking distance.
No. 21 Heriot Row is an original “double upper” apartment: it occupies the second and third floors of a Category “A” listed stone building. Due to it’s elevated position it offers magnificent views of Queen Street Gardens and from the rear facing rooms an uninterrupted view of North Edinburgh and over the Firth to the Kingdom of Fife.
The apartment has been sympathetically renovated to an extremely high specification, whilst still retaining the original features of the property: working shutters; flagstone and wooden flooring throughout; original fireplaces and intricate plaster cornicing. The modern features fitted include integral stereo music to all the public rooms and master bedroom, en-suite and dressing room area, a state of the art kitchen with restaurant grade fittings and high specification bathroom suites and plumbing.