Those looking to buy a house in Edinburgh may be interested in one of the latest properties to go on the market in the city. The latest part of the Quartermile development is a three-storey penthouse, valued at a price of £2 million, according to the Edinburgh Evening News. Among Edinburgh’s newest projects, the property is not yet finished, but is sited on the location of the former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and will feature four bedrooms. Aisling Dunphy, sales and marketing director for Quartermile developer Gladedale Capital, told the newspaper: “The location and the view is what stuns people. The view up there is unrivalled.” Air conditioning, a surround sound TV and hi-fi system and solid oak flooring are among the features expected to tempt people looking to buy a house in Edinburgh. Latest releases in the Quartermile development include a ground floor, one-bedroom apartment for £230,000 and a three-bedroom property on the second floor for £935,000, according to the development’s website.