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Drylaw is an area in the north west of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, located between Blackhall and Granton. It forms the community of Drylaw–Telford. Formerly the estate of Drylaw House, built in 1718, the home of the Loch family, the area became the site of a major housing scheme in the 1950s designed to rehouse the occupants of Leith. It is on the A902 road. Its name comes from the Scots language and means "hill without a spring".
- Old Drylaw House - now ruinous, a small mansion dating from the early 17th century
- Drylaw House - a classical mansion dating from 1718 with alterations of 1786
- Drylaw Parish Church = by Sir William Kininmonth 1956
- Top cellar : formally haddows
- "Drylaw–Telford Community Council". Neighbourhood Partnerships. Edinburgh City Council. Retrieved 18 January 2014.
- Buildings of Scotland: Edinburgh by Gifford McWilliam and Walker
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