Limited Edition Living

32-36 Great King Street presents a rare opportunity to secure an exclusive apartment in one of Edinburgh’s most sought-after locations, the New Town. Live in a stunning Georgian building that’s been lovingly converted by Square and Crescent, now well established as one of Edinburgh’s most revered developers, into nine modern apartments, each with unique character, high ceilings and plenty of space.

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A Contemporary Classic

Just nine apartments are available in this high-end development of elegant townhouses with a beautiful Georgian façade in Edinburgh’s New Town. Six of these apartments are duplexes, while three have their own private house entrances. Some apartments have private gardens too.

Beautifully designed inside and out, all apartments offer generous, light and airy living spaces with statement interiors. Kitchens boast the latest built-in appliances, while the sleekly indulgent bathrooms feature designer sanitary ware and every modern convenience you could need.

New Town Splendour

Edinburgh’s New Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is unquestionably one of the city’s jewels, prized not only for its outstanding architecture, but equally for its wealth of drinking, dining, arts and entertainment amenities, its independent shopping and easy access to stunning outdoor spaces.

The Royal Mile, Princes Street, Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden and Edinburgh Waverly Station are all within easy reach, with a host of charming neighbourhoods like Stockbridge and the Dean Village to explore nearby too.

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  • culture
  • 1.1 Scottish National Portrait Gallery
  • 1.2 Edinburgh Castle
  • 1.3 Charlotte Square
  • 1.4 Scottish National Gallery
  • 1.5 Gallery of Modern Art
  • 1.6 Royal Scottish Society
  • 1.7 Scott Monument
  • 1.8 Calton Hill
  • 1.9 St. Andrew Square
  • 1.10 Museum On The Mound
  • restaurants
  • 2.1 The Honours Brasserie
  • 2.2 Purslane
  • 2.3 The Dome
  • 2.4 Restaurant Mark Greenaway
  • 2.5 The Pompadour by Galvin
  • 2.6 Number One
  • 2.7 Paul Kitchin 21212
  • 2.8 Gaucho
  • 2.9 The Ivy on the Square
  • 2.10 Dishoom
  • shopping
  • 3.1 Multrees Walk
  • 3.2 George Street
  • 3.3 Princes Street
  • 3.4 Edinburgh St. James
  • transport
  • 4.1 Waverley Train Station
  • 4.2 Royal Circus Bus Stop
  • 4.3 Edinburgh Bus Station
  • 4.4 York Place Tram Stop

Capital Connections

Edinburgh Waverley Station is a 17-minute walk, providing direct trains to Glasgow (55 mins), Aberdeen (2 hours 15 mins), Inverness (3 hours 40 mins) and London (4 hours 30 mins). Edinburgh Airport is only a 21-minute drive, with flights to hundreds of destinations worldwide. A modern tram service connects the city centre with stops on nearby York Place, Murrayfield Stadium, the West End and Edinburgh Airport.


  • Great King Street


  • Princes Street


  • Edinburgh Tram Station


  • Edinburgh Waverly


  • Haymarket Edinburgh



  • Great King Street


  • Edinburgh Airport


  •   Glasgow


  •   St. Andrews

    1hr 14mins

  •   Aberdeen

    2hrs 32mins


  •   Edinburgh


  •   Glasgow


  •   Newcastle

    1hrs 30mins

  •   Amberdeen

    2hrs 15mins

  •   London

    4hrs 30mins

BY AIR (from Edinburgh Airport)

  • Edinburgh Airport


  •   London

    1hr 10mins

  •   Dublin

    1hr 10mins

  •   Paris

    1hr 45mins

  •   New York

    6hrs 55mins

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