You could buy this historic Edinburgh mansion with its own stone temple - take a look inside
When it comes to searching for your ideal home, sometimes it’s nice to set your sights high and dream big
If you have a taste for the lavish and expensive, this stunning mansion in Edinburgh could be just the ticket. Currently on the market for £895,000, this unusual property combines a modern house with a historic stone temple, dating back to 1759. The estate was used to negotiate the surrender of Germany’s forces in Norway towards the Second World War, and sits just half a mile from where Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, is rumoured to have been held in 1941. The surrender document was signed here on 12 May 1945. The temple and house are now separate from the estate, but remain linked on the ground floor by a hallway. Take a look inside to see what £895,000 could buy you.