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10-14 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1


Lambert Smith Hampton, Edinburgh
7,251-14,568 sq. ft.
(674-1,353 sq. m.)
Office to lease

Lease details

Lease available date:
Lease type:
Long term

Key features

  • High Quality Existing Fit Out - Turn Key Office
  • Fully cabled
  • VRF Air Conditioning
  • Male, Female and Accessible Toilets on Every Floor
  • Shower on Every Floor
  • Full lift access (2x 10 person lifts 1x 8 person lift)
  • 4 Car parking spaces in basement car park
  • Cycle Racks in basement car park

Property description

The Stamp Office was originally built in 1819 and comprises a 7 storey classical Georgian building with 4 floors situated above
Waterloo Place and 3 lower floors overlooking Calton Road to the rear. The Stamp Office is Category A listed but has been
comprehensively redeveloped behind a retained facade to provide Grade A open plan office accommodation on all levels.


10-14 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Edinburgh Waverley Station0.1 miles
  • Haymarket Station1.3 miles
  • Slateford Station2.9 miles

About the agent

Lambert Smith Hampton, Edinburgh

33 Castle Street, EH2 3DN

Lambert Smith Hampton, Edinburgh

Please note our office opening hours are Monday - Friday, 9am – 5.30pm

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