New homes in Edinburgh offer options for all types of buyer

Posted 22 September 2014 by Keith Osborne

The city of Edinburgh has certainly been in the spotlight during recent weeks and it has been impossible to ignore some of the stunning buildings and scenery that Scotland’s capital has to offer.  If you’re looking to find a new home in Edinburgh, there is plenty of choice currently available to you.

Situated in the Burdiehouse area in the south of Edinburgh, The Kilns (pictured) is a Barratt Homes development offering a collection of four-bedroom properties. Prices here start from £262,995 for the ‘Craigievar’ house type.  On entering this detached property the hallway leads to the loving room, which in turn gives access to the dining kitchen. Upstairs the master bedroom comes with an en-suite while three further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the picture.  There is also an integral garage.

Charles Church has recently launched the final phase of terraced and detached properties at its Hillwood View development in the well sought-after suburb of Corstorphine.  Available properties include a three-bedroom detached home from £300,000 including a lounge, kitchen, downstairs WC, en-suite and fitted wardrobes to the master bedroom and an integral garage.  A selection of two- and three-bedroom apartments also remains on the market.

House hunters interested in The Strada should move quickly as just one property remains on the market at this joint venture between Bett Homes and Taylor Wimpey.  Situated on the Adam Block section of the North Fettes site, the remaining apartment costs £177,000 and comprises an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area with balcony, an en-suite to the master bedroom, one further bedroom and a bathroom.

Buyers craving a quieter pace of life within easy reach of the city centre should check out CALA Homes’ Dalmeny Park development in South Queensferry. Commuters will find regular train services running from nearby Dalmeny station with journeys taking around 20 minutes to reach the city centre.  A choice of four- and five-bedroom family homes is still available at the popular site, with prices ranging from £430,000 to £610,000.  For example, the ‘Kennedy’ house type costs from £575,000 and features a formal lounge, open-plan kitchen, dining and family area, utility room, cloakroom, en-suites to two of the five bedrooms, a family bathroom and a garage.

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