Take a look inside this historical Edinburgh home with 260 year old temple

A unique Edinburgh home complete with a 260-year-old temple and links to Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess is on the market for £895,000.

Picture: Zoopla

A capital home complete with a 260-year-old temple and links to Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess offers buyers a rare chance to purchase a unique property within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre.The six bedroom property combines a luxurious modern house attached to a two-storey temple built in 1759, and is on the market for offers over £895,000.

Craigiehall Temple was once part of the British Armys Craigiehall Estate and is half a mile from where Hess is rumoured to have been held after parachuting into Scotland in 1941.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

Craigiehall Temple is a unique property combining a contemporary modern house with a circular stone temple originally dating from 1759.
The grand dining room in the tower.
The traditional style bedroom.
The tower has many original features including grand fireplaces.
The modern, spacious living room in the main house.
The large kitchen is ideal for family dining.
The spacious dining area.
The top floor lounge has a balcony with lovely views.
One of the six bedrooms.
One of the four bathrooms.
New owners can enjoy this patio space.
The property has extensive wrap around gardens.
New owners can also enjoy the superb views.
The property is located at Cammo Road EH12, a short drive fromEdinburgh city centre.