The property sits within an affluent, predominantly residential area with frontage to Orchard Brae, a quiet link road between two of the City’s principal arterial routes the A90, Queensferry Road and Craigleith Road. Queensferry Road leads directly to the City Bypass and the Forth Road Bridge. There are a plethora of bus routes serving the immediate area providing excellent links to the city centre (approximately 10 minutes). The building sits within a largely rectangular site, extending to 1.8 acres (0.73 ha). It is bounded on the three remaining sides by residential properties, comprising both traditional tenements and purpose-built flats. Constructed in two phases in 1968 and 1978, the accommodation is predominantly open plan and comprises a series of rectangular floor plates around two levels of car parking located within a central courtyard. The property is of concrete frame construction with the exception of Level Four which was built using a partial steel frame. Existing access points are from Orchard Brae, Learmonth Gardens and Learmonth Crescent providing considerable flexibility for future occupiers. The position of the building on a hill, affords impressive, unimpeded views from most floors to the north east and west across the surrounding area. The site benefits from a high level of car parking with 166 spaces.