Take a moment to look at some of our past developments.

You’ll find that they make a compelling case for our approach and show that our claim to be a leader in the field of architectural restoration is based on the firmest of foundations.


23 George IV Bridge

The upper floor offices of this impressive Victorian building had been standing vacant for a number of years despite a superb central location and  extraordinary views to the Castle.  Sundial completed their conversion into 8 apartments in early 2015.


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23 Chester Street & 48 Manor Place

ALL SOLD

 

These impressive West End buildings have been converted into 10 apartments including one Ground and Garden conversion.   href="http://www.chestermanor.co.uk" target="_blank">www.chestermanor.co.uk

 


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46 NORTH CASTLE STREET AND YOUNG STREET SOUTH LANE

ALL SOLD Outstanding two bedroom bespoke apartments, with high specification finishes, Italian Kitchens with Smeg appliances, beautiful wood floors and new fitted carpets. Gas fired central heating, entryphone, security alarm, exellent storage. Viewing: By appointment please telephone 0131-220-0015 www.NorthCastleStreet.co.uk


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Edinburgh Townhouse

After 150 years of office use, Sundial restored this First New Town house for a private client in 2013.  Layers of insensitive alterations were stripped back to reveal both exceptional interiors and a superb family home.


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XXIII Ravelston Terrace

Sundial launched XXIII in May 2008.  Despite uniquely difficult market conditions the development, comprising 57 flats converted from a fully re-engineered1970s office building, was a significant sales success.  The penthouse apartments have some of the most spectacular views in Edinburgh


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ACADEMY LOFTS

ALL SOLD

www.academylofts.co.uk

Academy Lofts is a 53 apartment conversion of the former Leith Academy at the south west corner of Leith Links. The apartments have been designed to make best use of the exceptional light and volume the former classrooms provide, paired with "loft style" interiors.

There are a wide variety of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments  all of which offer high ceilinged and large windowed main rooms with an abundance of natural light. Feature Italian Kitchens incorporate integral Siemens appliances, Villeroy & Boch bathroom suites with showers, oak floors, designer lighting and technology. There will be a feature central roof-top garden planted with native wildflowers and each apartment will have an allocated car parking space.

These affordable homes will be 'ready to move into' appealing to investors, first and second time buyers wishing a home and investment within an individual and fashionable environment.

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23 Rutland Square

Sundial converted this intriguing building into 5 flats in 2014.  An extra storey had been added in 1905 when the building was taken into office use.  The apartments were all sold to a single purchaser as an investment offering high quality short stay accommodation.  http://destinyscotland.com/apartments/rutland-square-apartments/


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15 Melville Street

Sundial completed the conversion of 15 Melville Street in 2013.  The conversion was notable for the reinstatement of the building's original garden to the rear (previously a tarred car park) and the addition of a generous contemporary kitchen extension.

 


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12 Melville Crescent

Sundial completed the restoration of this unique building back to a single house in 2012.  Contemporary fixtures were carefully married to superb original features to provide a grand, but superbly functional home.


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17 & 18 Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh

Eglinton Crescent was built between 1875 and 1880 by John Chesser (superintendent of works to George Heriot's Hospital between 1858 and 1889) and remains one of the most highly regarded residential streets in the West End.  Sundial completed the conversion of numbers 17 and 18 from a dilapidated youth hostel to 10 elegant flats in 2011.


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12 MELVILLE STREET

Sundial completed the conversion of this former office into two substantial homes in 2013.

 


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17 Melville Street, New Town, Edinburgh

Sundial's development of 17 Melville Street was completed in 2011 and comprised three exceptional homes: a grand three-bedroom double upper, a spectacular one-bed drawing room apartment and a 3/4-bed ground and garden family home.


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48 – 56 Castle Street, Edinburgh

Sundial completed the conversion of 48 to 56 North Castle Street into 15 flats and townhouses in 2006. Spectacular Georgian interiors and detailing combined with a superb central location and secure park ensured the success of the project.


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15 Dublin Street

Sundial converted this impressive New Town house back to residential use, forming three separate flats, in 2006.


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22 & 23 Abercromby Place

Sundial developed the former Basil Paterson language school at 22 to 23 Abercromby Place into 6 flats in 2006/7. The development was exceptionally well received and achieved record prices.


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Young Street Lane, Edinburgh

Sundial's prize winning development of a group of dilapidated mews buildings created an outstanding office adjacent to an attractive courtyard garden. The development was completed and sold in 2009.


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Brunswick Street, Edinburgh

Completed in 2006, Sundial's conversion of a former Standard Life office building into 40 apartments set a new benchmark for imaginative modern design in Edinburgh's eastern New Town. The highlight of the development are four spectacular penthouse apartments, with double height living areas and 360 degree roof terraces overlooking Calton Hill and the Firth of Forth.


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2,3 & 4 Carlton Terrace

Sundial's development of 2, 3 and 4 Carlton Terrace was completed in 2005. Set in a prime location adjoining Regent Terrace these properties commanded fantastic panoramic views across Holyrood, to Salisbury Crags and the East Lothian coastline beyond.


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Leith Hospital, Leith

Sundial completed the restoration of the former Leith Hospital for residential use in 2005. This highly successful scheme removed a wide range of 20th Century additions to reveal the underlying Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildings beneath.


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18 & 19 Claremont Crescent

Sundial completed the conversion of these spectacular Georgian house into a townhouse, two apartments and two double garden flats in 2003. Intrusive 20thC mansard roofs were removed and replaced by discrete roof terraces, providing spectacular views to the Castle and to Calton Hill. Number 19 had a unique drum shaped entrance hall, a large garden and offstreet parking. The refurbishment combined the restoration of the property's restrained Georgian charm (largely obscured after many decades of office use), whilst ensuring the resulting apartments offered the best of modern design and convenience.


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