Guthrie Gardens

Lasswade Road, Edinburgh EH16 6RZ

  • Units 30 Properties
  • Location Liberton, Edinburgh
  • Key Fact B-Listed Building Dating From 1885
  • Key Fact Luxury Residential Dwellings
  • Key Fact Private Parking

The development will feature a mix of 30 refurbished apartments within the original B-Listed building. The apartments will range from 1 to 3 bedrooms with private parking, access to communal gardens and some with private gardens. 

The original building was designed by AG Sidney Mitchell in 1885 after being commissioned by Dr Thomas Guthrie, the preacher and philanthropist who founded the Ragged School movement, providing food, clothing and education for poor children. Square and Crescent specialise in the acquisition, development, and refurbishment of prime Georgian and Victorian commercial properties back into luxury residential dwellings and developing unique new build apartments within their grounds.  

The development is located just off Lasswade Road, in the popular suburb of Liberton. Situated approximately 3 miles south of Edinburgh City Centre, it offers quick and easy access to the city centre while being ideally placed to access the city bypass providing access to the M8 and M9 motorways. The transport links provided are second to none with a healthy supply of bus routes nearby.

Many of Edinburgh’s renowned private schools are within easy reach including George Watson’s College, George Heriot’s School and Merchiston Castle School, while local schooling is also excellent. The location is particularly convenient for access to Edinburgh University King’s Buildings complex and the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary at Little France.

Blackford Hill, Holyrood park and the Braid hills are all within very close proximity offering a variety of outdoor pursuits. One of the best views of the city can be found from the 17th hole of the Braid Hills golf course!

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