Photography: The Modern House

A nine-ft-high cupola crowns the vast studio space of this Edinburgh property – a dance hall from the 1850s that’s likely hosted many Burns Night celebrations over the centuries.

The Hill Street live/work space is set across three levels and stretches to 3,180 sq ft at the centre of Edinburgh City Centre, a short walk from Edinburgh Castle and Waverley train station.

Georgian features and incredible acoustics set the bar in the dramatic first-floor space – the main attraction of the Category B-listed building, listed via The Modern House for £975,000.

South-facing sash windows, an ornate glass ceiling and period mouldings recall the building’s past, while reclaimed gymnasium floors run underfoot. Currently an open-plan space, it has pivoting walls that can be rearranged to divide the space as needed.

Photography: The Modern House

A light-filled one-bedroom apartment occupies the first floor of the Scottish property while the lower-ground floor is rented out as a commercial office space. Both have timber floorboards, exposed beams and bespoke joinery such as library shelving and storage.

Photography via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House

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