In just under 1 acre of beautiful gardens and a stones throw from the city centre, this stunning period property has almost 6,000 sq ft (547 sq m) of accommodation and a separate 3 bedroom coach house.
Considered Edinburgh’s finest private home this highly prized Georgian mansion is a once-in-a-generation opportunity and arguably the very best family home in Edinburgh.
The house is located in the affluent and prestigious Murrayfield area, especially sought after for its close proximity to world-class schools for every age group.
This outstanding property dates back to the 1800’s. In the late 1990s, acclaimed Scottish architect Lorn Macneal enhanced the property with a skillful remodeling of the west wing, synthesising flow, space and light, whilst retaining the detailed majesty of the original design.
A grand entrance hall welcomes you into large and inviting living spaces arranged around the hallway. Upstairs, a sanctuary awaits; serene bedrooms and bathrooms, all with gracious fenestration offering views of the surrounding greenery.
It is thought that Innerwick House enjoys Edinburgh’s largest private garden. An ideal arrangement for the very highest quality of family life.
Across the grounds lies the charming Old Coach House – a three-bedroom cottage with harmonious living spaces and characterful bedrooms; it is a house that surprises and delights. Whether used as additional accommodation or as a home office, the combination of a substantial family home together with a separate Coach House on a single plot is truly unique.
Innerwick House is particularly suited to entertaining. Beautifully proportioned rooms with traditional features and fireplaces creates a sense of highland history, their hearths warming even the coldest of Scottish nights. The entire family living space is bathed in sunlight, with doors opening wide to reveal the gardens and paved terrace, ideal for those warm summer evenings, garden drinks and alfresco dining.
Innerwick House is a true rarity. A perfect arrangement of family accommodation and social amenities; a consummate balance between seclusion and proximity; a happy union of grace and majesty, housed within an architectural masterpiece.
Contemporary, prosperous, and rich in history, Edinburgh is undoubtedly the UKs’ second cultural capital and comes with a lifestyle that boasts unrivalled access to urban and country life. Scotland’s highlands are within easy reach of the house, offering majestic and untouched scenery amid lochs and mountains, while air and rail access to the UK and rest of the world is only around a 15-minute drive away.
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