Luxury Edinburgh mews homes complete

SQUARE & Crescent has completed works on its two new-build Georgian-inspired mews homes in Edinburgh’s New Town.

Nestled in Northumberland Place Lane, at the rear of Abercromby Place, the three-bedroom homes are said to provide a ‘modern, high-quality build’.

Euan Marshall, co-founder and joint MD at Square & Crescent, said, “By mixing the old with the new, we’re certain that the properties will be well received. To add the finishing touches to the homes and finalise the works at Northumberland Place Lane was a great feeling and it marks another important milestone for one of our Edinburgh developments.”

Priced at £995,000, the 141sqm homes benefit from a dining kitchen, ensuite to the principal bedroom, separate utility and integral garage with infrastructure for future electric charging points. The homes feature German-style kitchens designed by Cameron Interiors complete with a suite of ‘high-end’ appliances.

The mews homes play part to Square & Crescent’s wider Abercromby Place development, which saw the conversion of two Georgian townhouses into eight contemporary apartments.

Euan added, “The mews homes offer something different for everyone and are designed to cater for all buyers from downsizers to growing families all the way to couples and individuals. With a number of new projects underway and in the works, we’re especially pleased to be bringing such a broad mix of premium homes to the Edinburgh market – it’s most definitely an exciting time for us at Square & Crescent.”

Square & Crescent recently announced its largest project to date – the conversion of the city’s former Royal Hospital for Sick Children building into eight townhouses and 85 apartments.

The firm was founded in 2013 after friends Euan Marshall and Simon Cook’s career paths crossed on a number of property projects around Edinburgh.