About Brunstane

Brunstane is a suburb in the south east of Edinburgh. It is served by Brunstane Railway station. Much of the area is covered by new housing and there are extensive retail and leisure facilities at Fort Kinnaird. The Milton Road Campus of the Jewel and Esk Valley College is also located in this area.

Much of the area at one time constituted the policies of Brunstane House (i.e. the lands attached to the mansion), built in 1639 for John Maitland, 1st Duke of Lauderdale, incorporating an L-plan house dating from the 1560s and early 14th century elements built for the Crichton family. It was extended by Sir William Bruce in 1672 and bought by Andrew Fletcher, Lord Milton in 1733. He employed William Adam to rebuild parts of the house and install interior panelling, plasterwork and other features. The house includes the earliest known examples of sash windows in Scotland.

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