5 properties to rent in Bruntsfield

Average Price per Bedroom

Average rent in Bruntsfield is £552. Overall, a 1 bed flat in Bruntsfield costs £750 and each additional bedroom costs £200 extra.

 

 

Council Tax in Bruntsfield

 

 

Council Tax Band - D is the most prevalent in Bruntsfield. 0% of all property is Council Tax Band - H.

EPC Rating Breakdown

 

 

The most widespread EPC rating in Bruntsfield is EPC Rating - D, with 50% of all the available properties having that rating. Additionally, 0% of properties have EPC Rating - G.

Property Trends

 

 

In April, Lettingweb listed 3 properties in Bruntsfield, which is 16.7% lower than in March.
The green line here is showing how many flats are available in Bruntsfield over the past 12 months and the blue how many people are looking.

Currently there’s more blue than green, which means that you’ll have to be quick to beat the competition to a property you’re interested in.

Meadows, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7033
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Meadows, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10, 1 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7056
Meadows, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 268 0047
Meadows, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7035
Meadows, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10, 3 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7087
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Flats to rent in Bruntsfield

Bruntsfield is one of Edinburgh's greenest neighbourhoods, thanks to the Bruntsfield Links at its heart and Meadows just beyond. Located to the south-west of Princes Street, Bruntsfield is sandwiched between leafy Morningside and student-friendly Marchmont, and offers a mix between the students in latter and families in the former.

Living in Bruntsfield combines some great outdoor pursuits – the Links are a favourite with golfers in the summer (and clubs are available for hire from the aptly named Golf Tavern) - with quirky contemporary shops, delis and bakeries, creating a friendly atmosphere year-round.

One thing that Bruntsfield lacks is supermarkets – though the area is home to a Tesco Metro and Sainsburys Local. Consider Craigleith if proximity to shops is important to you.

The area also has great transport links both into the city centre and out of Edinburgh, thanks to the presence of the A702, which is one of the main thoroughfares to the south.

Bruntsfield is one of the higher end areas for renting in Edinburgh, and as such attracts rents higher than most regions in the city. Leith is a good alternative for cheaper property.

Student Accommodation in Bruntsfield

Bruntsfield is an easily distinguished area of Edinburgh, with local cafes and shops that feel like they belong in Bruntsfield and nowhere else. Maybe for that reason, it is also a popular area for student accommodation – although this is probably at least partly due to the overspill from neighbour Marchmont, the central area for student lets in Edinburgh.

Student accommodation in Bruntsfield tends to consist of tenement flats, which dominate the area. As such, expect a characterful, bright flat; but be wary of run down property as most of the tenement buildings are fairly ancient. The majority of student property, however, is kept in excellent condition by Bruntsfield’s diligent landlords and letting agents.