This wonderful family home enjoys a picturesque setting in this charming conservation village just a few minutes' drive from the city centre.
The open spaces of Arthur's Seat and Holyrood Park are on the doorstep as are Duddingston Loch, the local historic church, Dr Neils Garden and the Sheep Heid Inn.
The location is also convenient for The Royal Infirmary and the University King's Buildings and there is good access to state and private schools including George Watson's, George Heriot's and Merchiston.
There are many useful amenities close by including Duddingston and Prestonfield golf courses and shopping at the Cameron Toll shopping complex.
There is easy access southwards towards the city bypass which connects to Edinburgh Business Park, the airport and the Central Scotland motorway network.
Dunerne is a wonderful detached Georgian house with a lovely open outlook in a picturesque village location close to the city centre.
Built in 1815, this B-listed house provides bright and beautifully appointed accommodation over two floors and retains an array of both Georgian and later Victorian period detailing.
The main living rooms on the ground floor are accessed off a broad reception hall with a stair leading to the bedrooms on the upper floor. The elegant sitting room has a bay window, ornate plasterwork and an open fire with marble surround.
The well appointed family/dining room has open views to the front and provides access to the well equipped kitchen/breakfast room, which in turn opens to the rear garden.
The bedroom accommodation is located on the first floor and includes a master bedroom with a bay window and open views to the south over Duddingston Loch. There are three further bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
Externally, the house is set back from the street with a front garden and a driveway leading to a garage to the side of the house.
A real feature of the property is the beautiful garden to the rear with a central lawn surrounded by well stocked herbaceous borders, a variety of plants and trees, including plum, apple, pear and cherry trees.