Inside four-bed flat worth £620K that’s like time travelling back to the 70s

A charming three-bedroom flat has gone up for sale in Edinburgh’s city centre for a whopping £620,000.

From the outside the New Town pad looks just like any other, but inside, the entire place is kitted out with 1970s decor, making it feel as though you’ve just traveled back in time.

The flat, which is situated in the heart of Stockbridge boasts four bedrooms, a box room, one bathroom, and a bright and airy kitchen, reports Edinburgh Live.

The property has been put on the market by Savills, who have described it as a “Charming, purpose built, second floor flat in Stockbridge. Now in need of refurbishment.”

As you walk in through the front door, you’re instantly greeted by the 1970s dated decor.

The welcoming reception hall which features patterned wallpaper, beige doors and green cornice is drowned in natural light from the central cupola, complemented by intricate plaster mouldings.

The kitchen, which is furnished with a full yellow suite is south-facing.

With a built in breakfast bar and plenty of storage cabinets this is a perfect space to hold a dinner party.

But for larger gatherings the incredibly spacious dual-aspect sitting room couldn’t be more perfect.

The green and orange patterned carpet, paired with the floral curtains and three piece sofa set would have you think it was a time capsule.

And it wouldn’t take much to transform this into an open plan living/dining room area, which would still leave you plenty of room.

The sitting room also boasts stunning views of Dean gardens.

Owners of the property can also apply to have access to the St. Bernard’s Crescent Gardens and Dean Gardens.

The workspace would make the perfect home office if renovated properly with built in cabinets, which, with the wooden walls and retro panelling couldn’t fit in with the style of the property more.

The flat offers three spacious bedrooms which look out to the front, side and rear of the property.

Similarly to the hallway, the bedrooms have the same green cornice, but this time it is accentuated with lime green paint and stripy wallpaper.

All of which share the generous sized bathroom.

Now whilst it might not be to everyone’s tastes, this three-piece pink bathroom suite screams the 1970s.

To the front of the property there are three under the pavement cellars, and to the back is a communal garden.

Property Agent Christopher Thomson for Savills said: “I love the position of this flat! To be situated on one of Edinburgh’s most sought after streets and have the open outlook is such a rare treat.

“Coupled with the refurbishment opportunity this property offers buyers a unique chance to create a wonderful home.”