Fancy art deco? Fancy it in Edinburgh? We have just the place, specifically this two-bedroom flat in the Ravelston Garden building in Ravelston, Edinburgh.
This is a flat in one of three similar blocks built back in 1935, the work of Andrew Neil and Robert Hurd and known as Jenners flats when they were built. Each one is a category A listed building, designated by Historic Scotland for ‘national or international importance’. So you’re buying heritage as well as a place to live.
The exterior and the communal areas still look the part, but the actual apartment has made concessions to the modern era. This ‘recently upgraded’ apartment has two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), lounge, dining room, access to a balcony (which overlooks the gardens) and a kitchen. There’s also a communal roof terrace and gardens, plus a large garage with automatic doors.
Offers above £330,000 are being looked for.