The Barony in Dysart was built as a chapel in the Classical style in the early 19th century. The building is a Category B Listed structure and was converted from a derelict sanctuary and hall to 17 flats, providing contemporary accommodation within an historic building envelope.
We were commended by the Townscape Heritage Initiative for maintaining the original historical architecture while bringing the building back into use.
Built as The Edina Print Works this building was constructed in the late 19th century and is a fine example of Italianate polychromatic brickwork, a distinct architectural style popular at the time. Category B listed, the building was converted into 33 contemporary flats while retaining the original architectural heritage.
28 North Bridge is part of the Dunn and Finlay Scotsman buildings development, designed and constructed during Scotland’s Renaissance era. Located at the very heart of Edinburgh this Category A Listed building bridges the Waverley basin connecting Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns.
28 North Bridge comprises of the conversion of commercial office space to 21 serviced apartments of the highest quality specification and arrangement.
Designed by William Williamson in an eclectic Arts & Crafts style and constructed at the turn of the last century Station Court is located in the heart of Kirkcaldy’s cultural centre. The building is in a conversation area and has been converted into 19 luxury apartments, to the highest quality specification and accommodation.
The Bond was constructed as a bonded warehouse for the Whisky industry in the late 18th century. Category B Listed, the building was converted into 21 luxury loft style apartments.
Awarded a Commendation from the City of Edinburgh for a sympathetic and well executed conversion of a commercial building to housing.
The redevelopment of this important civic building will create 9 luxury apartments within the historic town centre of Kinross.
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