Six Brunton Place is a Georgian Town House, designed by William Playfair, and built in 1825.
As an architect, I have restored our home over the last few years, retaining its beautiful original features including marble fireplaces, ornate cornices and a magnificent cantilevered stone stair rising within the 30-ft high flagstone entrance hall.
We have decorated each room in a different rich authentic Georgian colour. This, combined with contemporary lighting and a blend of both traditional and modern furnishings makes each room individual in character.
Frederick James Ritchie, one of Scotland's most famous clock-makers, who designed the mechanisms behind the Capital's One o'Clock Gun and Time Ball, lived here at 6 Brunton Place for more than 40 years.
Ritchie was also a close friend of telephone pioneer Alexander Graham Bell, and it is likely the pair discussed inventions here at the house.
The clockmaker would have known about Greyfriars Bobby,
as his uncle Robert Ritchie who lived at 28 Candlemaker Row,
fed and sheltered the terrier.
The plaque can be seen by the main door entrance of Six Brunton Place