AN OASIS IN THE HEART OF MURRAYFIELD

Westerlea Gardens is that all too rare a thing. A secluded property enveloped by lush greenery in a sought after, well connected area of Edinburgh. All within easy reach of countless attractions, enticing shops, wondrous outdoor spaces and some of Scotland’s finest dining.

This stunning development hosts 43 properties, comprising of 31 new build apartments and 12 dwellings; 9 converted from the Grade B listed Westerlea House, Chalet and Stables as well as three new build mews houses. There’s an excellent range of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed apartments to suit a variety of living needs and tastes. Inside the properties you’ll find unique living spaces with a great choice of distinct layouts catering for a variety of tastes.

Throughout all the properties a very high standard of modern interior design has been thoughtfully applied and finished with the utmost care.

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Murrayfield has an unrivalled reputation. Synonymous with the rugby stadium of the same name, it’s a notably leafy, affluent and largely residential area. However, it comes with the benefits of having all the amenities you need on your doorstep, alongside pleasant pubs, hotels, cafes and independent shops.

Arts & Culture

Edinburgh city centre is a vibrant cultural hub, offering a wealth of galleries, theatres, museums and exciting attractions year-round.

Each August the city hosts the world’s largest arts festival, comprising the renowned Edinburgh International Festival. There are thousands of shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the ever-popular spectacle of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Shopping

There are plenty of places offering bags of retail therapy within easy striking distance of Westerlea Gardens. If you’re partial to a spot of independent shopping, check out the exclusive boutiques, homewares and gift shops that throng the West End. High street shops line Princes Street whilst George Street has the more upmarket and traditional outlets, all of which are just a short drive or bus ride away.

Then there’s Multrees Walk near St Andrew’s Square. A haven for those who love high quality designer and luxury brands such as Harvey Nicholls, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Mulberry.

Dining & Drinking

Dining options range from the likes of the simple canteen style of the Indian Mosque Kitchen, to the classic elegance of the Galvin Brasserie de Luxe at the Waldorf Astoria, to the Michelin-starred restaurant Martin Wishart, to the quirky, contemporary bistro fare served at the Dogs, to the woodpanelled opulence of the historic Witchery.

Murrayfield is blessed with no shortage of relaxing pubs to while away an evening in, with some of the best including the Bothy (especially great for match day atmosphere) and the Roseburn Bar (a cosy and traditional pub with gorgeous interiors).

Getting Around

Westerlea Gardens is ideally placed to make the most of Edinburgh. From here you can easily reach the likes of Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh International Airport, Murrayfield Rugby Stadium, the West End, the UNESCO Heritage-listed New Town, the city centre and beyond.

Out & About

The Water of Leith, one of Edinburgh’s most attractive stretches of riverside, is within easy strolling distance. Gorgie City Farm makes a fun day out, and is perhaps the ideal place to let the grandchildren burn off some excess energy.

For active folk, the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena at Ratho is nearby, along with the Midlothian Snowsports Centre. Golfers are spoilt for choice too, since they can choose from some of the capital’s best courses on their doorstep, including Murrayfield, Carrick Knowe and Ravelston.

Edinburgh Zoo is close by and famous for being the only place in Britain where you can see a pair of giant pandas and koalas. Then there's the inquisitive meerkats, the lounging sunbears and of course the penguins, which are taken out for their daily wander on the unmissable penguin parade.

Contact

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