Last chance to buy spacious homes in East Lothian new-build scheme
The last remaining luxury detached family homes in a new development in East Lothian have been put on the market.
The four-bedroom houses are part of the Long Meadow scheme, a new-build development by Walker Group in the village of Ormiston.
They are conveniently located for commuting to Edinburgh and offer great access to the region’s beautiful beaches and scenic countryside.
Head of central sales Lynn Houston is anticipating a great deal of interest in the final properties to be released.
“The last two homes at Long Meadow are spacious, have fantastic layouts and stylish kerb appeal,” she said.
“They have a real wow factor from the moment you enter and are in a brilliant location.”
Long Meadow is home to a range of hi-spec homes, plenty of green open spaces and a new health centre.
Local schools, shops and restaurants are all within walking distance from the development, while a number of popular local beaches and golf courses are just a short drive away.
The newly completed houses – a Canterbury and a Landsborough – have accommodation spread over two floors, with prices starting from £278,000.
Built with quality materials, spacious rooms and high ceilings, the detached Canterbury house boasts a large lounge, guest toilet and contemporary open-plan kitchen-diner with integrated appliances and a utility room on the ground floor.
French doors open out from the spacious dining area to the large garden outside, ideal for family get-togethers and entertaining.
The first floor boasts a large master bedroom with built-in storage and its own private bathroom, complete with quality tiles and a shower cubicle.
Along the corridor are three further bedrooms – all with built-in wardrobes.
The Landsborough also features a stylish open-plan kitchen, dining and family space downstairs, with a separate utility room, large toilet and integrated garage.
Upstairs there are four large bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobe space, plus a family modern bathroom.
Ormiston was the first planned village in Scotland and is located on the north bank of the River Tyne.
Potential buyers can visit the show home at Long Meadow by appointment through Walker Group.
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