An interesting property in the grounds of the Ravelston House estate – this Roland Wedgwood-designed five bedroomed house in Ravelston, Edinburgh.
Dating back to the late 1960s, it sits within the sought-after West Murrayfield Conservation Area and is within easy reach of the city centre. Best of both worlds, in other words.
If you like your modernism with a 1960s twist, the house itself is likely to be for you too, with plenty of space for a large family thrown in for good measure.
You’ll find an entrance vestibule, a spacious living room (overlooking the gardens), a dining room which links ‘seamlessly’ with the kitchen via a ‘creative serving area’, a bespoke kitchen with birch cupboards a family room (also classed as the fifth bedroom), a utility room, study, guest WC and cloakroom.
Moving on, there’s also a master bedroom with garden views, terrace and en-suite shower room, along with three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, there’s a covered courtyard area, a store room and garage plus a rivet garden with mature plants and small trees and direct access to the secluded communal gardens with lawns running down to an ornamental pond and a ‘babbling burn’.
All looks finished exceptionally well too, but you’ll perhaps want t viewing to decide that for yourself. Offers around £750,000 if you want it.