Scotland New Homes Round-up - The Best of Today's New Build Properties

Posted 18 March 2019 by Rebecca Burns

Our latest round-up of new build homes for sale in developments situated across Scotland, covering a range of budgets and property types...

Brexit is failing to curb the Scottish housing market – despite the doom and gloom spreading in many other parts of the UK, particularly London and the South East.

House prices in Scotland are rising steadily despite all the uncertainty over our departure from the EU, and Scottish cities in particular have seen some of the most significant price rises in the UK since the EU referendum.

Experts say the healthy housing market there is thanks to high levels of buyer demand combined with readily available and competitively priced mortgage products – helping to keep house prices buoyant.

Our latest selection of brand new developments across Scotland brings together developments suitable for first-time buyers as well as those moving up the property ladder, or downsizing to something smaller.

The Meadows Apartments in Lenzie near Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire (Robertson Homes)

The Meadows Apartments (Robertson Homes)Just five Shared Ownership apartments now remain available at this select development of 24 one- and two-bedroom luxury apartments, all aimed exclusively at the over 50s.

Offered in Partnership with Bield Housing, the apartments offer spacious rooms with plenty of natural light, an elegant design, a high specification, and a well thought-out layout. The design-led kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with luxurious fittings and appliances.

Lenzie is a sought-after place to live that is conveniently situated about six miles north-east of Glasgow city centre, and a mile south of Kirkintilloch. In the town itself residents will find a number of shops and services including a pub, two Co-Operatives, a deli, an optician, an estate agent, a golf club, and a couple of take-aways.

Prices: From £125,246 (on a shared ownership basis).

Find out more at www.robertsonhomes.co.uk or call 07824 123 527.

Dykes of Gray in Dundee, Central Lowlands (Springfield)

Dykes of Gray (Springfield)This development of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes is in a quiet spot yet within close proximity of Dundee city centre. Offering a generous amount of space, the new homes are also designed to optimise natural light.

The house builder has gone for a clean, crisp architectural design with neutral colours to fit in well with the surrounding countryside, while at the same time giving the development a contemporary take on the traditional Scottish home.

Buyers will be purchasing a complete home that's ready to move into from day one, including fitted carpets and flooring right through to integrated kitchen appliances and fully turfed gardens.

Dundee's city centre is just over five miles away. As Scotland's fourth largest city, Dundee is well known for its universities, its history of scientific activities, and its strong biomedical and technological industries. The city has a rich literary heritage and lots of museums and galleries to explore, while the surrounding area is also home to country parks – and you can reach the Highlands for some serious hiking and scenery in about an hour.

Prices: From £161,950 to £410,000.

Find out more at springfield.co.uk or call 01382 677010.

Balgeddie Park in Glenrothes, Fife (Tulloch Homes)

Balgeddie Park (Tulloch Homes)Contemporary three- and four-bedroom family homes make up this new development in the desirable town of Glenrothes in the heart of Fife, in east central Scotland. The location is only about 30 miles north of Edinburgh, and about 30 miles south of Dundee, giving it a wide appeal.

Already selling quickly, the homes are well-positioned to take advantage of the lovely local countryside as well as the handy facilities of the town centre.

Situated on the site of the former Balgeddie Riding School, the development is only five minutes' walk to beautiful Balgeddie House Hotel and leisure centre. As well as being near Perth, ideal for commutes to the major cities, the Balgeddie area also offers great shopping, decent restaurants, and a choice of schools.

Prices: From £219,000 to £315,000.

Find out more at www.tulloch-homes.com or call 01592 806028.

Stephen at Tornagrain, Inverness, Scottish Highlands (Stephen)

Stephen at Tornagrain (Stephen)Forming part of an aspirational new town called Tornagrain in the Scottish Highlands, this collection of new homes from Stephen will include one- and two-bedroom apartments and two-, three- and four-bedroom terraced, semi- and detached homes.

In total Tornagrain will provide 5,000 new homes as well as parks, schools, shops, tennis courts, allotments and offices, all located just off the A96, half way between historic Nairn and vibrant Inverness.

The house designs are inspired by the architecture of the local area's historic towns, while at the same time they incorporate the latest in building methods to create a warm and comfortable home. Residents will also be able to benefit from some of the fastest residential broadband internet in Scotland.

Prices: Available homes include the three-bedroom Crinan priced at £225,000.

Find out more at stephen.co.uk or call 01738 620721.

Dovecot Mill in Haddington, East Lothian (David Wilson Homes)

Dovecot Mill (David Wilson Homes)Just a short drive from Edinburgh (18 miles away), this new development is situated in a semi-rural location on the fringes of the historic town of Haddington.

Despite its relatively small size today, during the High Middle Ages Haddington was the fourth-biggest city in Scotland after Aberdeen, Roxburgh and Edinburgh. The town centre still has most of its historic street plan intact, and today it is a conservation area with a high proportion of listed buildings. 

There are good local amenities close by, and excellent transport links – with Haddington less than a mile south of the A1 dual carriageway, which links Edinburgh to London. And for families with children, there are great schools within easy reach: the town has two state primary schools, with plans for a third to be built this year, plus an independent fee-paying school.

Prices: From £337,995 to £390,995.

Find out more at www.dwh.co.uk or call 03333558461.

Blacket Mews in Edinburgh, Midlothian (Knight Frank)

Blacket Mews (Knight Frank)This elegant collection of new homes in a peaceful conservation area of Edinburgh is made up of three modern townhouses, ranging from four to five bedrooms, and eight stylishly converted apartments ranging from two- to four-bedrooms. Although the development is only due for completion in May 2019, there is now just one four-bed townhouse remaining, with all other properties sold.

Situated right at the heart of the Blacket Conservation Area, this sought-after development blends grand Georgian apartments with sleek modern townhouses. The townhouse that is still available is designed across three floors, offering generous proportions and sizeable windows to allow in plenty of natural light.

Located in the sought-after Newington area south of of the city centre, it's just a short distance away from Edinburgh's bustling heart. There are also great local shops, bistros and bars in Newington itself, as well as nearby Marchmont, Bruntsfield and Morningside, while both the King’s Theatre and Dominion Cinema are also within easy reach.

Prices: Just one four-bedroom townhouse now remains available, priced at £825,000.

Find out more at blacketmews.co.uk or call 0131 222 9600.

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