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See Plot 1, Plot 47 and Plot 48 for exclusive offers on these luxurious homes. Includes Part Exchange and Interior Design package with Amtico Flooring, Turf to front and rear gardens. Reserve for only £99.*

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A location with a distinguished past and a bright future

Twenty miles from Edinburgh, just a 35-minute drive, Haddington is a lively market town with a distinguished past and a bright future.

Set by the river Tyne, it was made a royal borough in the twelfth century, and there are delightful aspects of its heritage here today. They include St Mary’s Church, the oldest parish church in Scotland, the Town House built by William Adam in 1748 and Lennoxlove House with its 15th century tower and delightful gardens.

Key Information

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    £365,000 to £475,000
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    A select development of 4 and 5 bedroom homes
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    Opening times: 10.30am till 5.30pm
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    Location: Haddington, EH41 4HA
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    Fully integrated Siemens appliances
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    Luxurious taps and mixers from Hansgrohe
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    Chrome-edged Porcelanosa tiling and indulgent Raindance showers
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    Internal garage, spacious WC and separate utility room

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Community and local area

Living in Haddington

While proud of its past, Haddington has a focus on the here and now. There’s a thriving creative community, with more than 1,000 people a week enjoying classes and workshops at the Bridge Centre and Poldrate Arts and Crafts centre. In addition, the John Gray centre houses the town’s library. It’s a Visit Scotland five-star venue, an interactive heritage hub for all ages. Local shops include a Tesco superstore, a deli, a specialist chocolate shop with award-winning wares, and a bookshop. And once a month the Haddington farmers market attracts visitors from far and wide who love the locally produced specialities.

Sport and leisure

Haddington has its own long-established (1863) 18-hole golf club, and there are many distinguished courses nearby. If walking or cycling is among your pleasures, there’s a range of splendid routes to enjoy along the riverside or even a disused railway line, with views that can’t be seen by car. Look upwards and you might see a buzzard or a lark

Academic excellence

Schools include: Haddington Infant School (motto: together we can do anything); Kings Meadow Primary School, rated a ’good school with outstanding features’ by Ofsted in 2015; The Compass School, an independent primary school; and Knox Academy secondary school.

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  • Friendly service with excellent communication throughout. Nothing was a problem and they were there whenever I called to answer my questions.

    Mr David Gordon, Hamilton Gardens, Elgin
    13 Sep 2017

  • The development is nicely laid out and the houses are gorgeous. An excellent quality build with a high quality finish and luxury fixtures and fittings.

    Ms Diane Campion, Hamilton Gardens, Elgin
    07 Aug 2017

  • Great value for money compared to the Cala Homes in the local area. There is a cracking finish on the house - they are one of the best developers in Scotland.

    Mr Andrew Voisey, Westercraigs, Inverness
    13 Nov 2017

  • I was really surprised and delighted by the attention to detail! The weight of the doors, height of the skirting boards, floor to ceiling heights, just luxury.

    Alan McCrae, Hepburn Gate, Bothwell
    15 Nov 2017


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From Edinburgh

Follow the A1 for approximatelty 12 miles then take the B6471 exit towards Haddington. Take the second exit at the roundabout and follow the B6471. Take the third exit at the next roundabout and continue on B6471 for one mile, then turn right onto Park Lane, then onto Clerkington Road. Turn right onto A6093, the development will be on the left.

From A1 South

Take the B6471 exit towards Haddington. Take the second exit at the roundabout on to the B6471 for one mile, then turn right onto Park Lane, then onto Clerkington Road. Turn right onto A6093, the development will be on the left.

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