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West Linton launches

27th October 2014 Print

Springfield Properties has a show home opening 18th October at their West Linton development with a Minions themed family fun weekend. As well as staff in costumes, children can enjoy face painting, magician, goody bags and balloons, whilst parents peruse the stunning four bedroom detached home.

The Robinsland development is the first housing development in the village of West Linton in a decade and will eventually create 91 new homes.

Only a 30-minute drive from Edinburgh, West Linton is a beautiful conservation village and Springfield’s Robinsland development is adjacent to a primary school. The mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced homes is complemented by the transformation of farm outbuildings into four stunning new steadings.

Springfield has worked closely with the local Council to ensure that the overall feel of the development is in keeping with the area. This has seen the introduction of a series of courtyards and small clusters of homes to maintain the village feel. At the heart of the development will be The Square and a small village green area, ensuring that the development continues the village feel of the surrounding local community. There will be pedestrian and cycle routes around the development and a new footpath connection alongside the new school playing fields, joining the site to the nearby community hub.

The two, three, four and five bedroom homes planned for the development are generously proportioned; with a high quality finish and are ready to move into from the moment the keys are received. Springfield builds complete homes – even down to the smallest detail. Smeg kitchen appliances are all included, from the microwave to the dishwasher, and turf to the front and back garden come as standard, and carpets are fitted throughout on every Springfield home.

The Culbin show home is a four bed detached house. With a very high level of specification, including granite worktops and a wood burning stove, the lounge is a biggest feature and windows occupy almost all of one side of the room. A very popular house style in its north east of Scotland developments, this is the first Springfield Culbin in the central belt.

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