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Well-heeled tenants invited to make Donaldson’s School their home

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September 9 2019

Well-heeled tenants invited to make Donaldson’s School their home

Tay Letting has given new meaning to the term boarding school after marketing what has been described as Edinburgh’s most expensive apartment within the grounds of the former Donaldson’s School.

Part of the Crescent development by CALA Homes and Richard Murphy Architects the £1.7m property boasts eyewatering views across UNESCO World Heritage Site with a rental cost to match, with prospective tenants expected to be charged at least £5k per month for the penthouse pad.

Malcolm Pickard, Tay Letting East director, commented: “Being appointed on what could be Edinburgh’s most sought-after apartment demonstrates Tay’s growing reputation in the capital. The Crescent is an iconic development and we’re excited to market a number of these special properties.”

Prospective tenants will be able to avail themselves of two private balconies and three en-suite bedrooms all studded with original artwork, described as the ‘jewel in the crown' of the 84-home development.
 

Occupiers will have two private balconies to choose from
Occupiers will have two private balconies to choose from
The development has been inspired by Edinburgh's traditional Georgian crescents
The development has been inspired by Edinburgh's traditional Georgian crescents

The school itself is also being refurbished as apartments
The school itself is also being refurbished as apartments
There will always be something to look at even when nothing is on TV
There will always be something to look at even when nothing is on TV

2 Comments

Steve
#1 Posted by Steve on 9 Sep 2019 at 17:34 PM
'Always something to look at' - you mean into your neighbours' (even pokier) flats?
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/residents-in-luxury-southbank-flats-overlooked-by-tate-modern-lose-high-court-battle-a4064451.html
StyleCouncil
#2 Posted by StyleCouncil on 10 Sep 2019 at 13:09 PM
What has this to do with Urban Realm? Are you guys going to start ad's for other properties for sale and rent? it this an advertorial?
5k a month doesn't get you much ceiling height......ditch the pendants guys, they aint swinging.

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