FAMILY IS... A NEW HOME IN BO'NESS
Robertson Homes at Bo'ness is an exciting new development coming soon to the coastal town with a selection of 127 luxury four, five and six bedroom detached homes.
The development is on the south edge of Bo’ness in an elevated position, benefiting from beautiful views over the River Forth towards The Forth Bridges.
Just over two miles from the development is the town centre, with a great choice of shops and amenities including independent boutiques, fish and chip shops, ice cream parlours, bars and restaurants.
Bo’ness itself carries a lot of history. It’s home to The Hippodrome – Scotland’s oldest cinema. The preserved Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway museum is Scotland largest and offers steam train rides from Bo’ness to Birkhill. 15th century Blackness Castle is found on the coastline offering breath-taking views over the River Forth.
For leisure, there’s open spaces for walking, running and cycling at Kinneil Estate and the historic Kinneil House – the grounds are free to visit all year-round. West Lothian Golf Club is arguably one of the most scenic courses for golfing enthusiasts with spectacular views across the River Forth.
The development is ideally placed for commuters with excellent road links throughout Central Scotland and to Edinburgh and Glasgow via the M8 and M9 motorways, while Linlithgow train station is just over three miles away and Edinburgh Airport is only 12 miles away.
A new Robertson home is something rather special. The difference is spacious rooms with plenty of natural light. Elegant design and clever layout. Specification that’s way above the industry standard, in every price range, and all built and finished with rare attention to detail.
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Coming soon, an exclusive development of 127 luxury four, five and six bedroom homes
Close to the coastal town of Bo'ness with views across the River Forth
Great choice of shops and leisure amenities
Excellent commuter links across the central belt and to Edinburgh and Glasgow
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LOCATION AND LOCAL AREA
HISTORY OF BO'NESS
Bo'ness is steeped in history, dating back to the 1400s when the town was originally named Borrowstounness however, this was later shortened to Bo’ness.
Scotland's oldest cinema The Hippodrome is found in Bo'ness, a must-see picture house that was once winner of 'Best Cinema Experience in Scotland'.
The town also features Scotland's largest Railway Museum, the preserved Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, with steam train rides from Bo'ness to Birkhill.
On the coastline, Blackness Castle offers stunning views across the River Forth. Over the years it's been a royal castle, prison, armaments depot and film and TV location.
Explore 2,000 years of history at Kinneil Estate and Kinneil House – the grounds are free to visit all year-round with pre-booked guided tours available.
The development is centred in a prime location for commuters. There's excellent road and rail links to all the major towns of central Scotland, with the M9 and M8 motorways giving quick access to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Linlithgow train station is just over three miles away providing frequent services to Edinburgh while Edinburgh Airport is only 12 miles away for those longer journeys.
The town benefits from an array of local shops and historic architecture. Local amenities include Tesco and Lidl supermarkets, and the Bo’ness Recreation Centre which accommodates a gym, swimming pool and sports pitches. In addition, there are many outdoor pursuits such as golfing at West Lothian Golf Club, woodland walks and heritage sites.
SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION
There are five primary schools and two secondary schools within Bo'ness. The school catchment area includes Deanburn Primary School, St Mungo’s RC High School, one of the top schools in the local council, and Bo’ness Academy. School catchment areas are subject to change, please contact your local school directly for confirmation.
Further education opportunities can be found at Forth Valley College's Falkirk Campus which specialises in Science, Maths, Engineering and Construction subjects to complement its proximity to the Chemical, Oil and Gas sector in Grangemouth.