8 properties to rent in Penicuik

Average Price per Bedroom

Average rent in Penicuik is £622. Overall, a 1 bed flat in Penicuik costs £600 and each additional bedroom costs £175 extra.

 

 

Council Tax in Penicuik

 

 

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

EPC Rating Breakdown

 

 

The most widespread EPC rating in Penicuik is EPC Rating - C, with 100% of all the available properties having that rating. Additionally, 0% of properties have EPC Rating - G.

Property Trends

 

 

In July, Lettingweb listed 6 properties in Penicuik, which is 75% lower than in June.
The green line here is showing how many flats are available in Penicuik 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.

Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 2 bedroom property
Call 01968 620 003
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 4 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7221
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7221
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 1 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7221
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 3 bedroom property
Call 0141 376 2420
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 2 bedroom property
Call 0131 603 4570
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 3 bedroom property
Call 0131 603 4570
Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26, 4 bedroom property
Call 0131 563 7074
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Flats to rent in Penicuik

For many people looking to relocate, particularly those with children or who are looking for a permanent home, the decision between choosing a city location for its excitement and convenience on the one hand, and a rural location for its serenity and beauty on the other, can come to seem an irreconcilable internal conflict. One town which offers a neat solution is the Midlothian community of Penicuik. Just a few miles to the north, and the resident of Penicuik will find themselves in Edinburgh, with all of the cultural amenities, flourishing arts scene and active shopping streets which one could need. But travel west instead, and the stark beauty of the Pentland Hills Regional Park is just around the corner, offering high peaks and long walks in the brisk Scottish winds.

One of Scotland's most famous works of literature, the novel Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson, took inspiration from the Glencorse Parish Kirk, which is just outside the town. Penicuik has existed since at least the late seventeenth century, and for many years was associated with nearby paper mills, although these have since closed. Flats in Penicuik will certainly suit the commuter into Edinburgh who would prefer a more peaceful location than the inner-city rat race.