In the heart of Edinburgh's beautiful Dean Village sits Well Court, built in the 1880's by the then owner of The Scotsman newspaper Sir John Findlay who was disgruntled by his view of the dilapidated tenements which his grand home overlooked. He demolished the tenements and the new buildings provided housing for "a respectable class of working man" Well Court Hall includes the community hall which was originally utilised for reading and recreation.
The accommodation comprises:
This stunning apartment allows you to imagine life in days gone by whilst enjoying the best of 21st Century design and living.
Luxuriously appointed with open plan Living/ Dining/ Kitchen and 3 bedrooms all of which have en-suites.
It will be hard to find a more unique and unusual property in Edinburgh.
About the location (Dean Village, Edinburgh)
The area is very picturesque and its peaceful green and leafy ambience belies its proximity to the city center. There is easy access to the Waters of Leith walk way from the village which leads you along by the river on a scenic walk towards the Royal Botanical gardens and Leith in one direction and to the museum of Modern Art and the Dean Gallery in the other.
Payment Terms After payment of the 15% initial instalment via edlets.com a further 10% is payable immediately to the property host.
The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to arrival.
Cancellation Policy All monies paid to date are non-refundable and non-transferable. If a booking is cancelled after confirmation, you will forfeit the initial instalments of 15% and 10%. If the booking is cancelled within 30 days prior to arrival, all monies will be forfeit.
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