12 Melville Street


This Grade A listed Georgian townhouse, previously occupied as an office, was acquired by Oakridge in Autumn 2012 and developed as two magnificent townhouse apartments, approximately 2000 sq ft each.

The development was undertaken in partnership with Sundial Properties who managed the design, construction and marketing elements. The homes were easily sold a year later for in excess of £800,000.00 each.

Wyndales House

Symington, Biggar

A magnificent Edwardian Country House built in 1915 for Colonel Grierson and family, located in a wonderful rural setting with beautiful views to the front over the Clyde Valley, the property is set in its own defined garden grounds and is surrounded by countryside at the foot of the Tinto Hills.The property was converted into a country house hotel in about 1964 and enjoyed many years of successful operation under a variety of proprietors, eventually closing in 2006 on retirement.

Oakridge sympathetically restored the property retaining all its original features using traditional skills and materials. The extensive gardens were carefully lansdcaped including the relocation and replanting of 100 year old Rhododendruns to their former glory.The property was sold in 2010 and is now a privately owned home.

The Links


Enjoying a wonderful open aspect across Musselburgh Racecourse and the Old Course Musselburgh (the oldest Golf Course in the world), this exclusive development boasts 2 refurbished town houses and a spectacular bespoke detached property on three floors designed by Slorach Wood Architects. The properties combine the best in creative design with the most elegant layouts.

No 32 Linkfield Road occupies the plot adjacent to the townhouses and sits impressively amongst its neighbouring properties.

Its bright and spacious living areas open onto balconies with views across the Firth of Forth towards the Ochil Hills, Lomond Hills and beyond. Upstairs, the guest bedroom offers stunning southerly vistas to Carberry Hill.

The historic East Lothian town of Musselburgh offers its residents a broad range of amenities and services that would be the envy of many towns twice its size. It has its own famous race course, golf clubs, harbour and excellent schools both private (Loretto) and public (Musselburgh Grammar). There is a good variety of shops on the bustling high street with a broader range of facilities at nearby Fort Kinnaird.

Musselburgh also affords excellent transport links with easy access to East, Mid and West Lothian through the A1 and the City of Edinburgh Bypass. Musselburgh also offers two local train stations providing access to Edinburgh Waverley and Haymarket Stations.