A Baronial-style mansion featuring a tennis court, hot tub, hand painted ceiling designs and bespoke furniture has gone on sale for offers over £6m.
Owned by only a handful of families, Edinburgh’s Woodhall House dates back to the 1600s but has been refurbished and restored over the last 14 years.
Along with many of the original design features, including period plasterwork from 1630, flagstones and parquet flooring, it now includes a children’s adventure playground with treehouse and zip-line, a heated greenhouse, and a triple garage with an electric vehicle super-charger.
The renovation project was led by Edinburgh-based architect Lorn Macneal who has won several awards.
The interior design has received industry accolades and has been featured in magazines.
This includes a bespoke kitchen designed and handmade by Michael Hart fitted with a large central island and high-spec appliances.
The ceiling in the entrance hall is handpainted by artists Rachel and Cornelius Bell.
There are six working fireplaces and sash and case windows with working shutters.
Outside, along with a hot tub, there is a summer house, potting shed, a kennel with its own run and various fruit trees.
Estate agents Rettie and Co said the property was a “unique opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored country house, with substantial private land, within the city of Edinburgh”.
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