Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Property and ConstructionEdinburgh home with sweeping garden hits market - valued at £2.1m

Edinburgh home with sweeping garden hits market – valued at £2.1m

AN EDINBURGH home with a value of £2.1m is for sale for the first time in more than 30 years.

Located in an area regarded as one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious residential locations, the detached period property, Ravelston Lea, sits within its own gated grounds.

Spanning 3,456 sq ft and set back from Ravelston Dykes Road, the family home is set over three floors, and includes a sunroom, kitchen and breakfast room.

To the front is a large driveway with a double garage and outbuildings for general storage.

A landscape photo of the front of Ravelston Lea.
Ravelston Lea has a market value of £2.1m.

The rear of the home offers an expansive and professionally landscaped south facing garden bordering the grounds of Ravelston Golf Club.

Matthew Munro, Consultant in Property Sales at Simpson and Marwick, the legal firm handling the sale, said: “Ravelston Lea is an outstanding property.

“The gardens have been maintained by the current owner of the property who has a keen interest in landscape gardening.

“The beautiful grounds make for the ideal outdoor space, especially with summer fast approaching.

“I would encourage anyone interested in this property to come and view it for themselves as it really is one that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.”

Situated two miles from the city centre and a short walk to Stockbridge, Ravelston Lea is surrounded by a range of local amenities, golf clubs, shops and supermarkets.

The area also hosts an abundance of excellent school choices in the private and public sector such as Erskine Stewart’s Melville Schools, Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College.

Ravelston benefits from bus routes into the city centre and direct access to the main arterial routes to the city bypass, Edinburgh Airport, the Queensferry Crossing and the central motorway network.

A view of Ravelston Lea's giant garden.
The gated property has a sprawling garden to the rear of it.

Matthew added: “It is the perfect location. The property is close to the hustle and bustle of city life, but as it is so secluded with its own private gateway entrance, it truly is the best of both worlds.

“This is a property that will give an incredible first impression, but there’s more to it than that – the spacious and homely interior make it a great choice for a family home.”

Simpson & Marwick traces its roots back to 1886 making it one of the best-known and most trusted names in the Edinburgh property market.

With over 30 staff, the firm has offices in both Edinburgh and in North Berwick, East Lothian and has over 135 years’ worth of experience.

Related Stories