The White House
1950s to 2000s
"I remember The Whitehouse, directly
opposite the former entrance to Barnton House. It was owned in
1950s by the Crabbie family (Green Ginger fame)
owned by the Oppenheims in the 1960s. (Meyer Oppenheim gave the
Lyceum theatre to the city as well as large cash donations to the Water
of Leith walkway (There is a large plaque in Stockbridge recording this)
owned by Dr James Mitchell in the 1970s.
(He married to one of the Beverley Sisters and was a colourful
owned by Mr Andrew Murray in the 1980s.
He was, brother of Sir David Murray)
purchased by J K Rowling aka Mrs Murray, in
the early-2000s, and fully restored.
I would suggest it is the most guarded home
in Scotland, even more than any of The Queen's residences, with 24-hour
guards, seven days a week."
Francis Keenan, England: July 6+7, 2016