A rare opportunity to acquire a vacant, corner townhouse in Edinburgh's West End.
32 Rutland Square comprises an attractive 2 storey property, forming part of the lower half of a 4 storey corner Georgian Townhouse building. The building was built in the 1830s and is constructed of solid stone, under a double pitched and slated roof with flat sections. Internally, both floors provide well-portioned cellular accommodation which retain many original period features. The subject comprises entrance receptions with 6 office rooms, a tea preparation area and storage rooms on the ground floor. The basement offers 5 further offices, with designated ladies and gents WCs, with further storage rooms. There is a private outdoor basement/patio space to the west elevation. There are 5 private cellars, 3 of which have been lined and are water tight.
Rutland Square is located in Edinburgh’s traditional West End office and financial district within a few minutes’ walk of Princes Street. Rutland Square itself occupies a quiet position overlooking private gardens, is close to key bus routes and is 10 minutes’ walk from Haymarket Station. The Edinburgh Tram route is a couple of minutes walk on Shandwick Place.
The flooring is a mixture of concrete and suspended timber floors, which are covered either with carpet or vinyl. The walls are plastered and papered or painted. Various styles of light fittings are throughout the property. Both gas and electric heating is in place. The windows throughout are of traditional sash and case, single-glazed, design. The main access to the building is at ground floor level, up 5 steps. There is a further potential access point at lower ground level on the west elevation, which has the opportunity to be opened up to give access.
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Haymarket (0.4 miles)
Edinburgh Waverley (0.8 miles)
Edinburgh Park (1.9 miles)