West Lothian new homes could be the perfect choice for city commuters
Situated in the Central Belt between Edinburgh and Glasgow, West Lothian is a popular location for commuters to both cities. House-hunters looking to find a new home in West Lothian are spoiled for choice by the number of developments and the variety of new-build homes on the market in the area.
Heartlands is a new community close to the town of Whitburn. Bellway Homes has a choice of three- and four-bedroom detached properties available at the site. Prices start from £146,995 for the ‘Glencoe H' house type with lounge, kitchen, downstairs WC, master bedroom with en suite, two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and an integral garage. A new motorway junction has been created at the development, providing easy access to the M8 for commuters to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Nestled in one of Livingston's most desirable areas, CALA Homes' Murieston Gait development is close to the local train station as well as a number of schools and The Centre shopping complex. A collection of four- and five-bedroom properties taken from the housebuilder's Signature Range is available with prices reaching from £370,000 to £525,000.
At the upper end of the scale is the ‘Moncrief' house type, which has been thoughtfully designed with modern family lifestyles in mind. The hallway leads to the living room on the right then through to an open-plan kitchen, dining and family area that spans the rear of the house. There is also a utility room, cloakroom and double garage. Upstairs three of the five bedrooms boast en suites while a study and family bathroom complete the picture.
Inchcross Grange is a Barratt Homes development of three- and four-bedroom family homes on the outskirts of Bathgate. Available properties include the ‘Craigievar' house type, which costs £188,995 and features a spacious lounge, open-plan kitchen and dining room, master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms and a garage. The town's recently upgraded railway station runs frequent services to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Staying in Bathgate, Cruden Homes has a selection of one- and two-bedroom apartments on the market at its Vantage development in Boghall to the east of the town. The site is within walking distance of the train station, local primary and secondary schools and a large supermarket. Prices here start from £76,496 when taking advantage of the company's shared equity scheme and benefits include open-plan layouts, fitted wardrobes and allocated parking as well as lifts to all floors and panoramic views across the Pentland Hills.
From two-bedroom semi-detached properties to five-bedroom detached family villas there is something to suit everyone at Taylor Wimpey's Ferrier Path development in Armadale. The scheme makes up part of the Armadale Station Community Development project, which on completion will include primary schools, a supermarket, cinema, shops and restaurants. The ‘Maxwell' is a four-bedroom home costing £232,995 and featuring a lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room and a master bedroom with en-suite shower room. There is also an integral garage.