And yet there is something special and alluring about the exquisite historical architecture that modern new residential buildings cannot provide. This is the generous height of the ceilings, and huge windows covering almost the entire wall, and if you’re lucky, also the original decor elements that have survived more than one hundred years later. All these characteristics have this magnificent townhouse in the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh. The house has been used as a law firm’s office for the past 60 years, but the new owner is local designer, decided to return housing to its former glory. What came of it – on our tour today!