The New Town is a central area of Edinburgh and is often considered to be a masterpiece of city planning and, together with the Old Town, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. It was built in stages between 1767 and around 1850 and retains much of the original neo-classical and Georgian period architecture.
The unit is part of a prestigious Georgian New Town property which is easily accessible from street level. From the main entrance, there is a large reception area to the right-hand side before a set of stairs leads down to the lower basement area. There is an additional service area which is also accessible from the rear of the property which leads to a private car parking courtyard. There is a kitchen area with a full canopy and extraction unit.
This Dundas Street site offers the new owner a rare opportunity to create a drinking and/or dining experience that will truly showcase their style and vision. Whether that be a whisky bar, tiki lounge or fine dining offer the new operator must have the drive, ambition and funding to realise the potential of this intriguing site. Experience of creating and launching new sites would be hugely advantageous as would the ability to successfully market the site to customers creating a buzz about this site that will draw trade in and keep them coming back time after time.
No accommodation available at this site.
- Town Centre location