Launch Of First Phase In Kirkcaldy

Posted 1 April 2021 by Keith Osborne

Barratt Homes has release the first homes at a second development in Fife, available with First Home Fund...

Following the success of one of Barratt Homes’ housing developments – The Heathers – in Fife, the housebuilder has unveiled Kingslaw Gait, a collection of 242 homes in Kirkcaldy.

A key project for the developer in the region, several three- and four-bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached homes are included in the first phase of construction, now available for reservation, starting from £196,995.

This new development is located close to the east Fife coast and only a short drive from the Queensferry Crossing, taking residents to Edinburgh and surrounding central belt cities. Future Kingslaw Gait residents will also benefit from the nearby Kingdom Park, which will offer local amenities, retail and a new primary school by 2027.

The Heathers is also selling-out fast with only a number of properties remaining, with prices starting at £244,995. The five-star housebuilder is recommending potential buyers who have shown an interest in the site to act quickly before the final family homes are snapped up.

Anne Ross, sales director at Barratt East Scotland, said: “With our success at The Heathers and plans for Kingslaw Gait proceeding well, the variety of properties on offer will make fantastic homes for growing families, downsizers, and those looking to take the next step onto the property ladder.

“We’ve already received positive interest from prospective buyers and we’ll be continuing to engage with the local community to ensure we create a new development that provides much-needed homes and enhances the area.”

The Scottish government’s First Home Fund scheme is available across Kingslaw Gait and The Heathers, helping first-time buyers purchase a home. With First Home Fund, the buyers own the property outright, with the Scottish Government contributing a maximum of 49% equity loan based on the property valuation or purchase price, whichever is lower, up to a maximum of £25,000.

Find out more about Kingslaw Gait and The Heathers from Barratt Homes.

 

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