A wonderful opportunity to acquire an exceptional property in landscaped grounds of 10.8 acres
Baberton House is an exceptional property lying approximately 6 miles west of Edinburgh city centre. Surrounded by landscaped grounds this is an historic house dating from 1622, built by James Murray, Master of the King's Works. The original building has fine Jacobean features and was sympathetically extended to the present impressive building in 1765.
Acquired in 1980 by the current owners the building is in office use and has been exceptionally well maintained and is complemented by the well tended garden and grounds which extend to 10.8 acres.
Baberton House represents a rare opportunity to acquire a prestigious property in a convenient location for access to the city, Edinburgh airport and Edinburgh Park. Potential uses include a private residence, corporate HQ, hotel or leisure use, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. Consideration will be given to a sale or lease.
Approached by a tree lined driveway with gravelled parking, the building extends to approximately 8623 sq feet (801 sq.m) internally over three floors. The property retains much of its period detail with fine stonework, ornate plasterwork and delicate woodwork.
A short distance from the house is a stone-built workshop and carport.
The well-tended grounds include extensive areas of lawn, mature specimen trees including the majestic Baberton sycamore, woodland walks and a sheltered walled garden.
Baberton House including gates and boundary walls are A-listed.
The sundial is B-listed.
Baberton House bothy and the walled garden are C-listed.
All mains services are available.
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A hidden gem of great character in lovely secluded garden grounds. This could make a stunning family home, corporate HQ or a leisure related property.Ben Fox