10 properties to rent in Dalkeith

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Vogrie Country Park

6 reviews

Vogrie is a great park for all the family maintained by the council. Vogrie is a large park with walks through woodland area and grassed areas. There are...

Dalkeith Country Park

1 reviews

Dalkeith is a small town about 5 miles outside the centre of Edinburgh. Although close to Auld Reekie, you wouldn't know it thanks to the sizeable green...

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Vogrie Country Park

Vogrie Country Park

Vogrie is a great park for all the family maintained by the council. Vogrie is a large park with walks through woodland area and grassed areas. There are...

Dalkeith Country Park

Dalkeith Country Park

Dalkeith is a small town about 5 miles outside the centre of Edinburgh. Although close to Auld Reekie, you wouldn't know it thanks to the sizeable green...

Brunton Theatre

Brunton Theatre

As a venue the Brunton Theatre has always held it's own in East Lothian and since the transformation of the upper dancehall (which I used to attend...

Brunton Theatre

Brunton Theatre

Oh Brunton Theatre... I grew up with your concrete monstrosity of a building. It's so ugly, but it's been part of the Musselburgh skyline for all my life,...

Semi-Chem

Semi-Chem

This is a great shop for toiletries at reasonable prices. The hair dyes are always way cheaper in here than anywhere else I have looked. Quite a spacious...

Boots

Boots

Always good value and a very good range of products in Boots. The Musselburgh store is quite well laid out and roomy. Got to love their 3 for 2 offers. They...

Average Price per Bedroom

Average rent in Dalkeith is £593. Overall, a 1 bed flat in Dalkeith costs £625 and each additional bedroom costs £112 extra.

 

 

Council Tax in Dalkeith

 

 

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

EPC Rating Breakdown

 

 

The most widespread EPC rating in Dalkeith is EPC Rating - D, with 85.7% of all the available properties having that rating. Additionally, 14.3% of properties have EPC Rating - E.

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In April, Lettingweb listed 11 properties in Dalkeith, which is 39.3% lower than in March.
The green line here is showing how many flats are available in Dalkeith over the past 12 months and the blue how many people are looking.

Currently there’s more green than blue, which is good news for flat hunters because there’s more choice and less demand.

Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 3 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7030
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 3 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7078
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
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Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7637
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 1 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7023
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
Call 01875 307021
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 268 0170
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
Call 01875 307021
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7051
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22, 0 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7112
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Flats to rent in Dalkeith

Dalkeith was originally founded around a castle in the twelfth century. From there a town grew outwards, ending up in its current incarnation with more than ten thousand citizens. Dalkeith is one of a small cluster of towns which are often collectively referred to as simply 'Dalkeith': the others are Eskbank, Woodburn and Newbattle.

Dalkeith is commonly thought of as a commuter or dormitory town for Edinburgh, which is easily accessible to the north via strong rail, road or bus links. Certainly anybody looking for a place to live which has good access to the capital city will not be disappointed with flats in Dalkeith. Facilities in Dalkeith itself include Dalkeith Thistle football team, who are affectionately supported by locals despite – or perhaps partially because of – a notable lack of success.

Dalkeith's history has contained some notable incidents. In 1650, it was effectively made into the capital of Scotland: William Cromwell stationed his officer General Monck there, and appointed Monck as his Commander in Scotland. Centuries later, in 1879, Dalkeith became the location for William Gladstone's campaign to become elected as Prime Minister; this cubsequently became known as 'The Midlothian Campaign'.