Spectacularly positioned on Edinburgh’s Queen Street, between the Royal College of Surgeons and bustling Hanover Street, 15 Queen St is a double Georgian building painstakingly restored, preserving original cornicing, ironwork and Adams fireplaces. The building benefits from kitchens and WCs conveniently located throughout the building and private secured parking with access from Thistle Street at the rear of Queen Street.

Queen Street has a rich history dating back to the mid 17th century. Spanning over a mile from the East End to the West End, and overlooking the stunning Queen Street Private Gardens. Queen Street is one of the most important locations in the New Town, the central area of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. 

It is often considered to be a masterpiece of city planning, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Queen Street retains much of the original neo-classical and Georgian period architecture. 

Queen Street buildings include the Royal College of Surgeons, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, The Scotch Malt Whisky Society and the British Medical Association.

"Location Perfection"