Take a look inside a £1.7m baronial mansion home in West Lothian which has turrets, a tennis court and 15 acres

This historical listed home is a dream buy for those with ideas of grandeur and a budget to match.

Sunday, 9th June 2019, 5:11 pm
Updated Sunday, 9th June 2019, 6:11 pm
Strutt and Parker

Ormiston House is a magnificent B-listed Scots Baronial house, dating from 1851 and a fine example Victorian style. It was built for Archibald Wilkie to a design by David Bryce, the famed Scottish architect whose works include the former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Fettes College and extensions to the Bank of Scotland head office building on The Mound, in Edinburgh as well as some other fine country houses. The house boasts seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, five reception rooms and a garden of 15 acres which includes a tennis court. The property is on the market for offers over £1,700,000 with Strutt and Parker.

Ormiston Houseis situated in a rural position to the southwest of Kirknewton, East Lothian.
Period features can be seen in the living room, which has south and west facing windows.
The grand hallway has a large wood burning stove.

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The open plan dining area and kitchen are ideal for family dinners.
The kitchen is by designers, Clive Christian, and has a gas fired four oven Aga and lots of storage space plus a dining area.
The grand, spacious dining room has part panelled walls.
One if the seven bedrooms.
This property has 15 acres of land - perfect for a family who need a lot of outdoor space.
New owners can enjoy sunny days on the paved terrace.
The grounds have two paddocks which provide scope for possible equestrian use.
The grounds also have a tennis court.
Features include: Corbie-step gables, turrets with conical roofs, ornate plasterwork, mosaic tiling, parquet floors and fireplaces. Outside the Gogar Burn runs through the grounds and is crossed by a C Listed bridge.