Edinburgh househunters keen to move into a new build property should get down to Miller Homes' Bonnington development as quick as they can as there are only five opportunities left to buy a luxury two bedroom city centre apartment at an affordable price.
To mark the launch of the striking Churchill showhome at Templar Rise, Kirkliston, on Saturday 3 September 2011, award-winning housebuilder Bellway Homes is offering buyers a taste of the finer things in life.
Housing industry professionals are being urged to attend Scotland’s leading property conference: ‘21st Century Homes in Scotland: Accessing Funding and Leveraging Private Finance’, which is being held in Edinburgh on 23 August 2011.
House hunting in Edinburgh has just got even better with the launch of Miller Homes’ prestigious new development Varcity North. The award-winning housebuilder built on its success in the city with the launch of the exciting new development last weekend – and with prices starting from just £119,000, there has been a flurry of interest in the site.
Prospective purchasers looking to pick up the keys to a stylish new apartment this summer are being urged to visit Miller Homes’ Liberty Gardens development in Wester Inch, where the introduction of the housebuilder’s Family Deposit incentive is set to help even more first time buyers onto the property ladder.
Award-winning Scottish housebuilder Cruden Homes is gearing up to launch a striking new family development in the Edinburgh suburb of Gracemount, on Saturday 18th June 2011.
Your cashflow doesn’t need to be in short supply if you buy an apartment at Taylor Wimpey’s Pinkhill Corstorphine, with buyers currently able to cash-in on a superb deal that will pay them £600 a month* for two years.
Last October, Taylor Wimpey at Pinkhill in Corstorphine, in Edinburgh encouraged everyone to wear it pink, for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign’s annual event.
Often claimed, but rarely attained is a brand new home that is in move-in condition. With the release of the stunning Millburn showhome at Queensberry Properties’ delightful ‘Shortbread Court’ development, where every element has been provided, that’s exactly what one lucky buyer can enjoy.
Not far from the home of Scottish rugby lies Belmont Drive - Scotland's most expensive residential street with an average price of £2,346,000, according to latest research from Bank of Scotland.
Miller Homes has lifted the wraps off a new collection of show apartments at its Bonnington development and, according to the housebuilder, the professionally-designed properties are set to take centre stage for homebuyers who have been vying to take a closer look at the Edinburgh scheme.
Edinburgh is facing a severe shortage of serviced apartments as growing demand from corporate and leisure users continues to outstrip supply, according to a new research report published by Go Native, one of the UK’s largest suppliers of serviced apartments.
Taylor Wimpey’s Hopefield Meadows development in Bonnyrigg has launched a range of two bedroom apartments which are perfect for buyers looking to take a step onto the property ladder.
Visit The Strada, off Ferry Road, on Sunday 6 February between 2pm-5pm to have a chance to play ‘The Strada Property Ladders Game’ with Forth One breakfast presenters Boogie and Arlene.
Stylish, affordable and now available fully furnished, new Redrow homes in Edinburgh are ideal for first time buyers.
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