Brunstane Steading Conversion
Work on the conversion of five of the nine houses at Brunstane, on the east side of Edinburgh, is progressing well. With the exception of some of the larger windows, the buildings are wind and water tight. Some of the spaces formed are looking great, in particular the old hexagonal horsemill building which is to be a large living, kitchen and dining area on two levels and the old cartshed which provides bright living space through the large arched openings. The five houses within this current phase are due to be released for sale shortly.
Detail design work on the next phase of five more houses is progressing.
A planning application for 19 houses has been submitted on land adjacent to the steading. The layout consists of a further courtyard adjacent to the steading courtyard with the remaining houses being detached or semi detached houses. The row of houses to the north will benefit from attractive views over the proposed Brunstane Park.