Basic Site Details

Name: 14 Heriot Row
City or county: Edinburgh
Status: A listed
Grid ref:
Notes: 29,000 spent on rennovation for use by Sir Hugh Robson

Building Type Classification

The building is classified under the following categories:
 ClassificationOriginal classification?Notes
Item 1 of 1Terraced house  

Street Addresses

The following street addresses are associated with this building:
 AddressMain entrance?Notes
Item 1 of 114, Heriot Row  


The following date-based events are associated with this building:
 FromToEvent typeNotes
Item 1 of 218021808Build/construction 
Item 2 of 21970S RehabilitationRennovated for the Principal of The University of Edinburgh: Sir Hugh Robson


Design and Construction

The following individuals or organisations have carried out design/construction work. Where architects or practices worked together, matching letters appear beside their names in the Partnership Group column.
 NameRolePartnership GroupFromToNotes
Item 1 of 1William SibbaldArchitectA180218081-19 Heriot Row
Nos 13 and 14 are traditionally said to be the first houses built in the Second New Town (HS Listing)

Related Buildings, Structures and Designs

Parent Structure and Site

This structure is related to the following parent structure or site (click the item to view details):
 Building nameNotes
Item 1 of 1New Town, northern extension 


Bibliographic References

The following books contain references to this building:
Item 1 of 5Gifford, John, McWilliam, Colin and Walker, David M1984Edinburgh (The Buildings of Scotland) Harmondsworth: Penguin Books Ltdpp335-6, 347-8
Item 2 of 5McKean, Charles1992Edinburgh: an illustrated architectural guide  pp112-13
Item 3 of 5Peacock, Helen; 1978The unmaking of Edinburgh the decay, depopulation and destruction of central Edinburgh, an argument for city centre livi  p29
Item 4 of 5RCAHMS1951The Royal Commission on the Ancient Monuments of Scotland. An inventory of the ancient and historical monuments of the c RCAHMS, Edinburghp141
Item 5 of 5Youngson, A J1966The Making of Classical Edinburgh Edinburgh University Presspp208, 210-12, 225, 270-1