FINAL HOMES NOW RELEASED AT SOUGHT AFTER EAST EDINBURGH DEVELOPMENT

The final eight properties at Barratt Homes’ sought after Newcraighall Village development have now been released.

A selection of three bedroom terraced homes are now available to reserve and are ideally suited for young families, with many of the remaining properties being offered through the City of Edinburgh Council’s Golden Share scheme.

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In place to support those currently priced out of the capital’s buoyant property market, Golden Share is designed to help people make their first step onto the property ladder. The initiative is open to those that meet the council’s criteria and who are looking to purchase new build properties in some of the city’s most popular areas. 

Providing around a 20% discount on properties, the Golden Share scheme allows purchasers to buy a home at roughly 80% of the market value. The property price is then capped at this for all future re-sales, ensuring future generations will continue to benefit.

Anne Ross, sales director for Barratt Homes East Scotland added: “Nestled between Edinburgh’s seaside destination of Portobello and the coastal town of Musselburgh in East Lothian, our Newcraighall Village development offers the best of both worlds. A host of outdoor activities, shops at nearby Fort Kinnaird Retail Park and an easy commute to Edinburgh of just two stops means the development ticks all of the boxes for residents who’ve decided to move here.”

“And as well as being well located, with Golden Share the majority of our remaining three bed homes start from just £180,800, meaning it’s even easier to make a move this New Year to new home. We’d recommend would-be purchasers stop by the sales centre to find out more about the Golden Share scheme and our available properties while we still have availability.”

To find out more, visit www.barratthomes.co.uk, call 0333 355 8460, or visit the Newcraighall Village sales centre Thursdays to Sundays between 10am to 5.30pm, and Mondays from 12.30pm to 5.30pm.

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