WELCOME TO glenoglecourt.com
Welcome to the website of the Glenogle Courts Residents' Association (GCRA)! We hope you enjoy our little site where you can find out about the estate, what we do to keep it running and contacts for trades people; as well as community events you can get involved in!
Glenogle Court is a development of 122 flats, ranging from studio flats to four bedroom double uppers built in 1980. The estate covers Ettrickdale Place, Liddesdale Place and 2 to 7 Glenogle Road.
The estate is managed by the Glenogle Court Residents' Association. All owners of properties on the estate are members of the associaton and contribute an annual subscription fee to cover the cost of the association's work. The association is run by residents for the benefit of all residents where the main remit is to maintain the common amenity of the grounds. In essence this involves organising the gardening contract which takes up the majority of the association's annual budget.
The association has also carried out other improvements and maintenance to the estate including: replacing worn out shrubs and bushes, placing new signage in the estate and re-painting the car parking bays, fixing and repairing damaged walls and paving around the estate.
Find out more about the estate and our history!
If you have any queries concerning the estate that you need the help of the GCRA with, please don't hesitate to email us!
If you're looking to move here, you can explore the local area. We're situated on the edge of Stockbridge with our own slot of the 'Water of Leith'. You can easily take scenic walks to Inverleith Park or down to the Modern Art Galleries. It has easy access to most parts of Edinburgh as you're only minutes from the town centre.
Stockbridge itself boasts great schools like Stockbridge Primary, Edinburgh Academy and nearby Broughton High. The shopping experience is also unique, with a variety of vintage stores and bookshops as well as music and charity shops along Raeburn Place; and the World Heritage Site (St. Stephens Street). There are also a variety of both quirky and classy cafés and restaurants.