A heritage
building, designed
for modern living


Melville Street offers six high-specification apartments in the desirable city centre location of Edinburgh’s West End, within easy walking distance of George Street for shopping, Stockbridge for dining and the Water of Leith for walking.

These four-storey townhouses are a classic terrace which has been converted into opulent modern apartments. Showcasing Edinburgh’s finest residences, these impressive apartments promise high ceilings and delicate interiors suited to taste. Each apartment also comes with the added benefit of a parking space, which is available by separate negotiation.

At Square and Crescent, we are well known for our expertise in transforming historic buildings for residential use across Edinburgh’s West End and New Town areas. Melville Street is no exception. It's a sympathetic, design-led conversion, with interiors carefully styled for a contemporary palate.

Apartments, Design & Spec

These original townhouses, which were completed in 1823, are a classic four storey terrace. The property has been lovingly converted into luxurious modern apartments offering grand rooms with some beautiful period details.

The French doors are one particular highlight. These lead out to south-facing balconies with glass barriers which give the apartments plenty of sunlight.

Living areas on the first floor are generously proportioned, with lofty ceilings and highly ornate cornicing cementing the sense of grandeur. They come complete with focal point gas fireplaces alongside floor to ceiling sash and case windows that allow natural light to flood in. There is also direct access to a large kitchen for maximum convenience.

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  • Apartment
  • Beds
  • Bath(s)
  • Floor
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  • Area Sq ft / Sq m
  • Status

  • 01
  • 2
  • 2
  • Lower Ground
  • -
  • 1,222 / 114
  • Sold

Apartment One

Lower Ground
114m2 ( 1,222ft2 )

  • 02
  • 2
  • 2
  • Lower Ground
  • -
  • 1,356 / 126
  • Sold

Apartment Two

Lower Ground
126m2 ( 1,356ft2 )

  • 03
  • 1
  • 1
  • Ground Floor
  • -
  • 859 / 80
  • Sold

Apartment Three

Ground Floor
80m2 ( 859ft2 )

  • 04
  • 3
  • 2
  • Ground & Second Floor
  • -
  • 2,454 / 228
  • Sold

Apartment Four

Ground & Second Floor
228m2 ( 2,454ft2 )

  • 05
  • 2
  • 1
  • Ground Floor
  • -
  • 905 / 84
  • Sold

Apartment Five

Ground Floor
84m2 ( 905ft2 )

  • 06
  • 4
  • 2
  • Ground, First & Second
  • -
  • 2,777 / 258
  • Sold

Apartment Six

Ground, First & Second Floors
258m2 ( 2,777ft2 )
Each apartment has been allocated one parking space in the lane to the rear. The parking is available separately priced at £45,000 per space.


The West End of Edinburgh is a smart, upmarket place to live and work, with some of the city's best independent shopping. Besides the prime retail areas of Princes Street, George Street and Multrees Walk within easy walking distance, there's William Street, one of Edinburgh's most pleasant places for idle wandering, with no shortage of interesting boutiques and cafes to browse around.

The urban village of Stockbridge, just a ten-minute stroll from the West End, retains an arty, Bohemian vibe, thanks to its cluster of galleries, wine bars, coffee shops, artisan delis, upmarket charity shops and independent food stores.


Gentle buzz during the week,
peace at weekends

Dining & Drinking

The area is home to a range of international cuisines, hosting Swedish artisan bakery Söderberg alongside French offering L’Escargot Blanc. Nearby you can also visit Affogato Ice Cream Bar, a local institution where you can treat yourself to an Irn Bru gelato made from the celebrated Scottish soft drink, among other delights.

Watering holes of choice range from the likes of the style-conscious dining bar Teuchters on William Street, popular with the fun loving after-work crowd, to more refined and historical bars such as Wingham’s Wine Cellars and Bar à Vin. There is also the Edinburgh Gin Distillery on Rutland Street where you can take a tour, distil your own gin or just pop in for a bottle.

Art & Leisure

With independent galleries, such as the West End’s Gallery TEN, both established and emerging artists are represented and supported throughout the town. Besides easy access to the city's art galleries and museums, there are plenty of diversions on your doorstep. Edinburgh is a city of festivals and the West End holds its own arts festival each April.

The magnificent St Mary’s Cathedral is one of the area's architectural gems. Designed by Sir Gilbert Scott and erected in 1874, it hosts concerts and also accommodates the writer Sir Walter Scott's personal pew.


The naturally wild banks of the river the Water of Leith are always a joy to stroll or cycle along, as is the Union Canal. Slightly further afield, Princes Street Gardens offer a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the capital’s main shopping streets.

Alternatively, you can splash around at the Drumsheugh Baths Club, one of the oldest private swimming clubs in the UK.


Living minutes from the city centre
yet feeling a million miles away

Transport & Travel

Edinburgh Haymarket Station is a 12 minute walk, providing direct trains to Glasgow (50 minutes), Aberdeen (2 hours 10 minutes), Inverness (3 hours 35 minutes) and London (4 hours 25 minutes).

Edinburgh Airport is only a 20 minute drive or a 30 minute train journey, with connections to hundreds of destinations worldwide.

A modern tram connects the city centre with a reliable service running between the West End (the nearest tram stop is just a 2 minute walk away) York Place, Murrayfield Stadium and Edinburgh Airport.

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  • 1 The Honours Brasserie
  • 2 Restaurant Mark Greenaway
  • 3 Gaucho
  • 4 The Ivy On The Square
  • 5 Galvin Brasserie de Luxe
  • 6 Cairngorm Coffee
  • 7 Forage & Chatter
  • 8 L'Escargot Blanc Restaurant
  • 9 The Pompadour by Galvin
  • 10 Hawksmoor
  • 11 The University of Edinburgh
  • 12 Edinburgh Law School
  • 13 Edinburgh College of Art
  • 14 Stewart’s Melville College
  • 15 St Mary’s Music School
  • 16 Edinburgh Waverley
  • 17 Edinburgh Bus Station
  • 18 Haymarket
  • 19 West End, Princes Street
  • 20 Harvey Nichols
  • 21 Multrees Walk
  • 22 John Lewis & Partners
  • 23 George Street
  • 24 Princes Street
  • 25 Waverley Mall
  • 26 Princes Street Gardens
  • 27 Fountain Park
  • 28 King’s Theatre
  • 29 Scottish National Portrait Gallery
  • 30 Scott Monument
  • 31 Edinburgh Castle
  • 32 National Museum of Scotland
  • 33 Usher Hall
  • 34 Gallery of Modern Art
  • 35 Scottish National Gallery
  • 36 St Giles' Cathedral
  • 37 The Royal Scots Greys Monument

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