A traditional second-floor flat in sought-after Abbeyhill

4/9 Salmond Place, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh, EH7 5ST

Set within easy reach of the city centre, fantastic amenities, transport links, and schools

Situated in popular Abbeyhill, this traditional second-floor flat has a highly desirable location in the capital. Conveniently, it is set within walking distance of a wide range of amenities, a state-of-the-art sports centre, regular transport links, and Edinburgh city centre. Furthermore, the home is presented with modern decor and varnished wooden floorboards in the living area and two bedrooms. The property will have broad appeal to a wide demographic, especially amongst city professionals, couples, and young families.


  • Well-presented second-floor flat
  • Part of a traditional tenement building
  • In sought-after Abbeyhill
  • Short walk to the city centre
  • Entrance hall with built-in storage
  • Southeast-facing living room 
  • Large dining kitchen
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Bathroom with rainfall shower
  • Well-kept communal garden
  • Gas central heating and double glazing

Well-presented interiors, including varnished wooden floorboards

Floor Plan

Abbeyhill, Edinburgh

Situated just a stone’s throw from Edinburgh’s iconic Royal Mile, Abbeyhill offers easy access to the world-class entertainment and shopping found in the bustling heart of the capital.

The area is currently enjoying a surge in popularity thanks to the wealth of independent shops and vibrant restaurants, pubs, and cafés in the immediate area.

It also benefits from being close to Meadowbank Retail Park, which boasts a Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer’s, and TK Maxx, as well as a number of additional high street stores and fast-food outlets. Sports enthusiasts are well-catered for by the nearby Meadowbank Sports Centre, which offers everything from multi-purpose sports halls and athletic tracks, to fitness classes and a state-of-the-art gym. Those who prefer to exercise in the great outdoors can opt for a walk up Salisbury Crags and Arthur’s Seat, or a slightly more leisurely climb up Calton Hill, either way enjoying spectacular panoramic views across the city. There is also excellent public and private schooling nearby, from nursery level upwards. The area is extremely well-connected with regular day and night bus services and good access to commuter routes, while Waverley train station is within walking distance.

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