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Brief description of site

The site has the remnants of a house with once expansive walled gardens, which date back to at least the mid-17th century. Stoneyhill House is now surrounded by the later development and expansion of Musselburgh.

Brief history of site

Stoneyhill House and walled gardens are significant remnants of a property and designed landscape which have stood since at least the 17th century. The current house dates from the 18th century. The landscape has been divided since 1946, with houses built in the west section of the walled garden.

Location information:

Address: Eskview Crescent, EH21 6NX

Locality: Musselburgh

Local Authorities:

East Lothian; Musselburgh South

Historical County: Midlothian

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 66 Grid Ref: NT335723
Latitude: 55.9391 Longitude: -3.06615

Directions:

Situated approximately 500 metres south-west of Musselburgh town centre on the west side of the River Esk.

Key information:

Form of site: garden

Context or principal building: mansion house

Site first created: 1654 to 1682

Site Size (Hectares): 0.45

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