Dean Village is one of the most attractive parts of Edinburgh. It is a ten minute walk up Queensferry Street from the west end of Princes Street in central Edinburgh.
Several centuries ago the Water of Leith was dammed and water powered flour mills set up in the village. At one point there were 11 mills.
Now the former mills and workers tenements have been very attractively restored to provide housing.
Telford's magnificent 106 feet high bridge is just down river from the village and the Water of Leith Walkway passes the village. It is a 3.5 mile walk along the walkway from Dean Village to Leith. The Dean Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art are close to the village.
The area has now become an attractive place to live.
This flat was recently for sale.
The flat is rather small has only one double bedroom and one single bedroom/box room but it went on sale at offers over £265,000