The Cluny Centre in Edinburgh is on the market for £750k

28th September 2016

Ryden has been appointed by Edinburgh: Morningside Parish Church of Scotland to sell The Cluny Centre within the Morningside area of Edinburgh.  Offers over £750,000 are being sought.

The property was formerly known as South Morningside Church and was built in 1890.  The architect was Sir Robert Rowand Anderson who was also responsible for a number of other prestigious buildings in Scotland including the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, The University of Edinburgh’s McEwan Hall and Mount Stewart House on the Isle of Bute.

In 1974, following the union of the two neighbouring congregations, the building was converted from a Church to a suite of halls and meeting rooms to serve the united congregation.

Morningside Parish Church, not to be confused with The Cluny Centre, is located very close-by and subject to the appropriate planning consent being achieved will shortly be further extended to accommodate the requirement of the Church and local community.

Neil McAllister, partner at Ryden handling the sale, said: “It is very rare to be given the opportunity to market such a prestigious property.  There are a variety of potential uses the building could be put to and I’m sure it will attract a lot of interest from the market.”

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Neil McAllister

Neil is a very experienced commercial property chartered surveyor with over 25 years' experience. Specialisms include industrial agency, motor trade and development advice. He has a broad base of clients with the majority of his instructions being within the Central Belt of Scotland.

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