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Lawhead Steading

Simpson & Brown were appointed by Tighmor, a development company specialising in rural homes, to subdivide this stone built steading to form eight unique homes. A further detached home, 'The Bothy', was also built on the site.

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Dundas Home Farm

Dundas Home Farm is an impressive 19th century steading adapted to form 13 unique homes. The existing buildings and their historical features have been respectfully treated and carefully conserved.

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Lanark Road Eco House

This Eco House on Lanark Road in South Edinburgh is a purpose-built home for a retired client, in the grounds of their existing large Victorian villa.

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Moray Place Townhouse

Forming part of James Gillespie Graham’s Moray Place, the private residence was carefully restored and altered to provide a modern family home based on the original 1822 layout on entrance and principal floors.

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Old Auchentroig

After ten years of campaigning for Auchentroig, Simpson & Brown helped the owners seek funding from Historic Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund to fully restore the derelict early 18th century building.

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Hartford Hall

Hartford Hall is a grade II* listed building located in Northumberland. Six flats, ten terraced houses and nine detached houses have been built in the grounds of the house as part of an Enabling Works project.

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