Take a look inside this £2.4m Edinburgh townhouse with designer interior and private courtyard

Located in one of the capital's most sought-after areas, this impressive townhouse would make a dream family home.

Tuesday, 28th May 2019, 12:13 pm
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The A listed townhouse is situated on the prestigious Melville Crescent, designed by John Lessels in 1855, and offers seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, four receptions rooms and private outdoor space and parking all for offers over £2,400,000 with Rettie.

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The entrance hallway leads into the living room and dining kitchen.

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The modern kitchen has a sitting area.
The kitchen also has a bar area ideal for informal dining.
This large sitting room is found on the first floor.
The property has many original features such as cornicing - seen here in the sitting room.
The first floor drawing room has views over the west end.
The WC has been decorated in a traditional style.
One of the seven double bedrooms.
This double bedroom has a feature fireplace.
One of the five bathrooms.
The top of the townhouse has a skylight.
The property has uninterrupted south facing views of the Gothic inspired St. Mary's Cathedral, designed by George Gilbert Scott in 1873.
The lower ground floor, which can be accessed separately, has three bedroom en suites and a kitchen.
The property has been fully renovated and refurbished by the current owners and is located in one of Edinburgh's most desirable areas.