This two-bed flat is for sale in one of Edinburgh's most historic mansion houses - take a look inside

This two bedroom flat is located within the historic Dalry House near the city centre.

Wednesday, 11th September 2019, 10:40 am
Updated Wednesday, 11th September 2019, 11:58 am
Picture: Knight Frank

Dalry House was built around 1600 by the Mudie family and has since been turned from a mansion home into a series of flats, one of which is now for sale for offers over £350,000 with Knight Frank. Original features include plaster-work, a stained glass window and emblems from monarchs who have visited the property.

The flat is located within Dalry House, a historic mansion house which dates back to 1600.
The first floor flat has a magnificent A listed Jacobean strapwork ceiling. The ceiling is dated 1661 and carries the arms of Charles II and the present Queen's arms.
The open plan living room and kitchen.

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Features include sash and case windows with working shutters.
The welcoming entrance hall has an original outside wall with a feature stained glass window.
The open-plan modern kitchen is just off the living room.
The main bedroom also has original features and en suite wet room.
An original stone fireplace is a focal point in the main bedroom.
The en suite wet room is located within one of the turrets.
Dalry House, on Orwell Place is close to the city centre and Haymarket station.