Edgerton House is a magnificent, late Victorian detached property, situated just to the south of Edinburgh in the attractive suburb of Bonnyrigg, by Lasswade. The house has well balanced accommodation arranged over ground and first floors, extending to 4,112 sq ft, and this has been comprehensively upgraded by the current owners. The works include new bathrooms by Bagnodesign, full rewiring of rooms and exceptional redecoration throughout including wallpaper from designers such as Ralph Lauren.
The reception rooms are ideal for entertaining and include a stunning drawing room, family room, garden room and a dining room with lavish interior decoration. The excellent kitchen has a breakfast room and utility room adjacent and the ground floor accommodation is completed by a study, with fitted shelving, and cloakroom and WC. On the first floor, there is a magnificent master bedroom suite with a large en suite dressing room and a recently fitted shower room. There is a guest suite, with an en suite shower room and two further bedrooms, served by a magnificent family bathroom, recently fitted by Bagnodesign. This has a large oval bath and twin wash hand basins finished with featured mirrors and fittings.
The Coach House
Within the grounds is a two bedroom coach house, ideal for entertaining, for elderly relatives, teenagers or those who are seeking an additional income from short or long term lets. On the ground floor there is a large sitting room which leads into the kitchen, a double bedroom and a bathroom. The master bedroom is on the first floor and has an en suite shower room.
Edgerton house is approached through electric gates and the drive then leads to the front and side of the house. At the front of the house there are extensive shrub beds and mature trees including a chestnut, a large oak tree and a cherry. From the side of the house a gate leads into the extensive back garden. Adjacent to the back of the house is a gravel path and a patio and from here, a large lawn extends. There are colourful herbaceous borders, a symmetrical quadrant rose bed and a fire pit, with stone and marble seating adjacent. A secret, concealed garden has a pond and there is a heated dog kennel with an enclosed run.
Edgerton House is situated in a sought after residential district, approximately 7 miles south of Edinburgh city centre. There are excellent facilities in the area with good local shopping and schooling and a range of recreational and leisure facilities, as well as a number of golf courses including Kings Acre, Broomieknowe and Melville. Lasswade has a couple of pubs, The Laird and Dog and the Paper Mill, the latter of the two is developing a reputation for culinary excellence. The Pentland Hills offer a variety of picturesque walks and the Midlothian Snow Sports Centre at Hillend is popular for skiing and snowboarding. There are excellent public transport services to Edinburgh and good access to the city bypass, with connections to Edinburgh airport and the Central Scotland motorway network. The retail parks at Straiton and Kinnaird Park are also within easy reach.