Created by Compass Business Services Ltd - Updated January 2017
St Stephen Street is in the heart of Stockbridge – an almost-village in the New Town of Edinburgh. Stockbridge has a bohemian, arty vibe, with lots of galleries, vintage shops and boutiques. It also has a famous butcher, fishmonger and artisan cheesemonger (who supplies most of Scotland’s top restaurants). The bar and restaurant scene is also thriving here.
This stunning garden apartment has recently been completely refurbished and decorated in a charming French ‘shabby chic’ style, with stripped wooden floors and reclaimed doors throughout. WiFi is available.
92 St Stephen Street - Sleeps 2-4
The apartment is set in St Bernard’s Crescent, one of the finest Georgian streets in Edinburgh. It was designed by James Milne in 1824, and is a grade A listed building – so you’re not only seeing the history, you’re living in it!
This is a special flat, with plenty of wow factor. This is the marriage of an elegant, Georgian exterior with a stunning, high spec interior featuring state-of-the-art lighting, modern glass splashbacks, high tech gadgets and oak flooring.
The house in Constitution Street is an imposing late Victorian, early Edwardian building. It is only a five minute walk away from the popular bars, bistros, restaurants and pubs of The Shore in Leith, while a five minute bus journey in the opposite direction will take you to the heart of the city centre.