Your very own eden, in the Edinburgh hub

Urban Eden is designed for a particular style of urban living. It's about being part of the city and also being separate from it. It's about community and being good neighbours. About somewhere you can live, work, play, get on, have fun and laugh a lot.

Our homes

The character of Urban Eden is set by the colony houses that are at the heart of it. Originally built in the second half of the 19th Century, colony houses were designed as homes for Edinburgh's growing population of skilled artisans, one home up, one home down.

In Urban Eden, we've re-interpreted them for the 21st Century, with colony properties that have 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. In addition there are 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom corner apartments, 2 and 3 bedroom terraced houses, 3 bedroom courtyard houses, and 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses.

Attention to detail

We've chosen our building materials carefully, led by architectural style of the town's traditional colony houses which we've recreated predominantly in brick, and also by the sandy and grey stone hues that are so much a part of the city.

We've been equally careful to use sympathetic,high quality materials for the streets and pathways, stainless steel and hardwood for the street furniture, sustainably sourced, pre-treated European hard and soft woods for the garden furniture, and so on.

The interiors of all the properties are also of a very high standard, beautifully and cleverly designed to make the most of interior space and 'liveability', with stylish kitchens, bathrooms and fittings, and everything just so.

Site plan

Site plan

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