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Lauriston Farm Road, Cramond  

6 bedrooms | £5500 pcm

Key Info

Rent: £5500 per month

Bedrooms: 6

Reception rooms: 3

Available: Now

Furnished: Part Furnished

Property type: Detached House

Floor: Ground

Building style: Traditional

Heating: Gas CH

Parking: Private

Garden: Private

Additional features: Roof Terrace, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine, Shower, Dish washer, Separate study, Ample Storage

This totally unique stone-built period detached family home, is set in a beautiful location close to the popular Cramond/Barnton area boasting Lauriston Castle as its neighbour. The property has been extensively renovated and extended to exacting standards. It is an exceptional and substantial property set in peaceful surroundings with prime unrestricted views of the Firth of Forth and Cramond island. A long winding private driveway leads you through electric gates to this exclusive retreat.

Internally this family home has been subject to a painstaking and extensive refurbishment program utilising the services of an award winning design team. The property comprises of a spacious hall, large principle drawing room with marble fireplace with log burning stove and french doors to a patio area, expansive open-plan kitchen which has been extended impressively to include living area with fireplace, cutting edge German kitchen with twin islands and top of the range appliances, a separate utility room with back door. 2 sets of large slding doors open onto a large suntrap patio. A bespoke staircase leads you to an amazing glass balustraded mezzanine lounge which makes the most of the unrestricted views of Cramond island. A private rear balcony is accessed off this mezzanine.

The ground floor also hosts two large double bedrooms, impressive shower room and a formal study. The whole house has a lovely sense of thoroughfare enhanced with 2 staircases that lead you to the upper level where there is a master bedroom with large en-suite with stunning bath and twin sinks and a separate expansive walk-in wardrobe. There are a further 3 double bedrooms, one with ensuite and another large bathroom. There is copious storage with flooded attic accessed by a ramsay ladder and a CCTV cupboard off the hall landing.

The house benefits from having been extensively renovated with a keen attention to detail, gas central heating, underfloor heating in the extension, large garden and impressive 200m driveway accessed through electric gates.

Situated to the north of Edinburgh, Cramond/Barnton is within easy reach of all the amenities and attractions of the City Centre. The area is well served by a range of local amenities in nearby Davidson`s Mains; more extensive shopping facilities can be found at nearby Craigleith Retail Park. Davidson`s Mains Primary School and The Royal High School are both highly regarded state schools, and a range of private schooling also available nearby. Exclusive Cargilfield Preparatory School is minutes away whilst Stewarts Melville, Mary Erskine, St Georges and a whole host of other schools are also a close drive away. Crammond/Barnton is ideally located for quick and easy access to the M8/M9 motorway networks and the Forth Road Bridge, Edinburgh International Airport and is also well served by public transport.

Landlord registration: Pending.
EPC: Pending.

Ben Property Management Limited is a regulated agent, registration number LARN1809028.

Cramond

Lauriston Farm Road, Cramond is located in the Cramond area.

Cramond lies on the south shore of the River Forth four miles north west of the centre of Edinburgh. It is almost cut off from the western edge of Edinburgh by a line of golf courses extending inland from the Forth, and its west edge is sharply defined by the River Almond flowing swiftly into the Estuary.

» Read more in our Cramond area guide

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Cramond

Lauriston Farm Road, Cramond is located in the Cramond area.

Cramond lies on the south shore of the River Forth four miles north west of the centre of Edinburgh. It is almost cut off from the western edge of Edinburgh by a line of golf courses extending inland from the Forth, and its west edge is sharply defined by the River Almond flowing swiftly into the Estuary.

» Read more in our Cramond area guide