Fixed Price £1,195,000

New Craig West Wing - Apartment L4A3 Craighouse Road, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10 5FA

4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms 2 public rooms
Shared GardenAllocated parking space Total floor area 235m²EPC Rating: UnknownCouncil Tax: UnknownTenure: Freehold

Key Features

  • Stunning 4 bedroom apartment extending to 235sqm.
  • Two superb bedroom suites with dressing rooms and ensuites.
  • Dining/kitchen and living room with bay windows.
  • Allocated parking space.
  • Gas central heating.
  • 52 acres of communal grounds.

Property Description

From the minute you wake to birdsong outside your window, to the moment you catch the evening sun glinting off the pinnacles and spires of Edinburgh’s skyline, you know you have chosen a very special place to live…

Live in the heart of history

At Craighouse, some of Edinburgh’s most magnificent historic buildings nestle in a vast expanse of parkland, surrounded by mature trees, offering panoramic views across this world famous city. Arguably, the most magnificent is New Craig, the masterpiece at the centre of Craighouse...

Rising majestically from Easter Craiglockhart Hill, New Craig is a much loved and admired landmark, an exquisite example of French Renaissance style architecture. This wonderful icon will house a collection of luxury properties, many with spectacular views. And the unrivalled vistas continue in Craighouse’s extensive grounds… towards Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat, the Firth of Forth and beyond.

A truly special place

New Craig with its iconic tower is surrounded by several sensitively restored buildings and sympathetically designed new additions. Each existing Craighouse property was created by the renowned Scottish architect Sydney Mitchell in 1889.

Flamboyant and bold, their rooflines are a symphony of towers, turrets, balustrades, gables, cupolas and chimneys. Every surface is adorned with rich architectural details to delight and impress the eye. Old Craig, a 16th Century house has been home to a number of distinguished figures.

Dotted across the estate, Mitchell intended that these buildings should be unified by their architectural style, yet set apart from each other to provide a sense of both privacy and space. His legacy has inspired our ethos, allowing us to create distinguished, spacious homes designed for modern living within these unique, historic buildings.

The centrepiece of New Craig is the Great Hall. Built in the Baronial style, it features ornate oak panelling and classical pilasters soaring to a gilded cornice and high semicircular windows under an elaborately designed ceiling. This spectacular hall will be preserved as a social space for the exclusive use of New Craig residents. A unique community of friends and neighbours, sharing a very special address.

Country living, in the city

Today, as in the past, every aspect of Craighouse is designed to make the most of the extensive grounds – its open lawns, meandering paths and neighbouring mature woodland. Residents can roam in 52 acres of parkland, with space to live, breathe, cycle, walk the dog and enjoy the unrivalled views.

Alongside, lie the highly desirable neighbourhoods of Craiglockhart and Morningside. Craighouse’s leafy parkland and natural setting is only a short distance from Princes Street. It’s a part of the city, yet apart from the city.

Historic homes, designed for elegant modern living

New Craig is being meticulously restored. Every design detail has been carefully considered to harmoniously complement its classical scale and live up to its magnificent architectural legacy.

Retained and restored period features, such as fireplaces and stained glass windows, ensure characterful interiors. These, combined with sleek designer kitchens and bathrooms, offer individuality and luxurious modern living.

Service Charge

James Gibb are the factors for the development.  The annual service charge for this apartment, inclusive of building insurance is £4,475.

Property Images

The images shown are of the show apartment which has a similar layout.

New Craig West Wing - Apartment L4A3 Craighouse Road, Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10 5FA

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