Evesham glazing is being sold to a developer for more than £1 million.
The estate has been a landmark for more people than just the residents of the house.
It was also a home to the Scottish Football Association (SFA) and the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU).
But in 2017, the owners of the estate decided to sell the house for £2.6 million.
And it’s a sale that has gone through three stages.
First the owner was approached to come and buy it for £1.5 million.
But when the sale went through, it was discovered that there were outstanding issues.
In fact, the property was worth more than twice its current market value.
Now the developer is looking to sell it at the end of 2019.
Evesham Estate in Fairview, Edinburgh.
It’s a property that has been in the family since 1884 and is now worth more that £2 million.
However, the sale process has been fraught with controversy.
The owners of Fairview had a number of problems, including the lack of a suitable glazing to use on the property.
So when the buyer went to the council to ask for permission to take over the property, they received a number.
However there was an issue that the owners did not realise until the buyer contacted them.
The developers had to get the property approved by a council planning committee.
But the owners wanted to sell to a new developer, and they were only offered the property at a discounted price.
The buyers are currently waiting to see what will happen with the project.
We asked Evesam for comment.