|View from centre of terrace towards 26|
|View of the back of the terrace - now separate apartments|
For 60 years (2011) no. 26 has been a doctor's surgery - Grosvenor Place Surgery.
Before moving to Australia Geoge Mackillop lived at 11 Ainslie Place in Scotland.
Anslie Place was built in what was known as the New Town in Edinburgh. It was designed by James Gillespie Graham in the 1820s. The two curved terraces have space for a small public garden in the centre. Each of the houses in the terrace had three stories and a basement. Attics were later added to some of the houses.
The Royal Institute of British Architects website had additional information on Anslie Place, Edinburgh, but the link appears to have disappeared.
Sketches relating to a site report for no. 11 are on the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland website.