Mayfield Road, Edinburgh

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Situated 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Edinburgh's city centre, Mayfield Road is a minor arterial route stretching around 1 mile (1.6 km) from Ratcliffe Terrace in the north to Braefoot Terrace in the south. Intersecting 26 streets and primarily residential in nature, Mayfield Road also contains a church, public park, a south suburban railway bridge, and around 25 businesses, including a baker, barber, builder, doctor, dentist, plumber, nursery, pharmacy and vet clinic.


Ratcliffe Terrace becomes Mayfield Road at the "Ratcliffe Terrace, West Mayfield, Mayfield Road, Fountainhall Road" intersection

Mayfield Road becomes Braefoot Terrace before the major "Braefoot Terrace, Liberton Road, Kirk Brae, Liberton Brae, Blackford Glen Road" intersection

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Although most bars in the neighbourhood are located on Ratcliffe Terrace, Mayfield Road boasts the King's Buildings House,[1] Edinburgh University's science campus student union.

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Coordinates: 55°55′28″N 3°10′20″W / 55.9244°N 3.1723°W / 55.9244; -3.1723