Residential conversion on the cards for Edinburgh’s B-listed Mackenzie House
November 12 2015
Designed by Morgan McDonnell Architecture the accommodation includes a four bedroom converted townhouse and two bedroom apartments with hardwood oak flooring throughout the main living spaces. South facing balconies offer unobstructed vantage to Edinburgh Castle.
Hazel Davies, sales and marketing director of Queensberry Properties said: “We’re really proud of the Kinnear Road development which, along with our Woodcroft development in Morningside, again underlines our strategy to create memorable top end developments within the Capital.”
Mackenzie House was built as a boarding house for Edinburgh Academy in 1910 and named after a former headmaster there. Designed by a former pupil, Ramsay Traquair, it reflects the Arts & Crafts style popularised by the work of Robert Lorimer, in whose office Traquair worked.
Queensberry Properties is a partnership between Cruden Homes and Buccleuch Property.
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