Home of the Day – The ‘Gourock’, David Wilson Homes

Posted 29 November 2019 by Keith Osborne

The WhatHouse? team's current favourite new home for sale is the ‘Gourock’ at DWH @ Heritage Grange in Edinburgh...

The WhatHouse? team reports on our current favourite new home for sale right now – today, we pick the ‘Gourock’ house type at DWH @ Heritage Grange in Edinburgh from David Wilson Homes.

Among the current collection of three-bedroom house types at this development is the ‘Gourock’. There are several of these homes available, but mid-terrace Plot 66, priced £257,995, has a choice of special offers: use the housebuilder’s own Part Exchange scheme to make a hassle-free move from an existing home; a contribution to LBTT; or 5% of deposit paid. It also has over £10,900-worth of upgrades.

Into the hallway and off to the right is the kitchen at the front of the house. Past the cloakroom and useful under-stair cupboard and at the rear is the open-plan living/dining room, which has double French doors to the garden. Upstairs, the master bedroom has plenty of built-in storage and there’s another double bedroom, a single bedroom and family bathroom.

Homes currently for sale at DWH @ Heritage Grange range from £256,995 to £528,995.

Take a look at the full range of David Wilson Homes developments in Scotland.

David Wilson Homes is part of Barratt Developments, recently named WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year.


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