An Edinburgh street with style

Clarendon Crescent in the Edinburgh's New Town, is located close to Dean bridge. It was designed by architect John Tait, and is an example of the mid 19th-century urban classical architecture of the time. It has unique architectural details and great curve appeal.

Residents, can for a small annual fee, gain access to Dean Gardens. This an exclusive oasis of tranquility in the city. An ideal place to hide away from the hustle and bustle of the capital's West end.

Bulbs are coming through on banks & lawns. Please keep off the banks and take care on lawns

Thanks for your cooperation The Gardeners

Blooming lovely, even the weeds are pretty gorgeous.

Sadly I don't stay here but I do wander by on my way to work. There are a couple of properties to let if you are in the market. www.rettie.co.uk djalexander.co.uk #Edinburgh #West End #architecture #hiddengem #Scotland #VisitScotland #weewander #The Dean Garden www.deangardens.org

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  • finknottle

    What beautiful places and streets! One day, I hope, I see this all in real!


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