CALA Starts Work at a New Development in Linlithgow
Monday, November 25th, 2019
on behalf of CALA Homes
WORK has commenced at a new residential development comprising a selection of premium five bedroom detached homes in the sought-after town of Linlithgow.
Offering the perfect setting for growing families and city commuters, CALA Homes (East) will launch the first phase of its new Queenswood development in spring 2020, with showhomes following at the end of summer 2020.
A selection of 40 spacious five-bedroom, contemporary detached homes from CALA’s award-winning Light and Space range will be available for sale, all featuring excellent attention to detail and high specification as standard.
The development follows on from a number of previous developments CALA has had in Linlithgow, the most recent being The Oaks in 2017 – an exclusive development of just five homes and one of the smallest ever built by CALA.
Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East), said: “There’s a real demand for quality family homes in Linlithgow. It’s considered one of West Lothian’s most desirable places to live and we’re delighted to be delivering homes here.
“The properties on offer are perfect for families and professionals looking for a modern home in a beautiful location with plenty of local amenities and easy commuter access to Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow.”
In keeping with the countryside charm of Linlithgow, the houses will back on to tree-lined edges and pathways to nearby amenities will be weaved throughout the development.
Philip added, “It’s exciting to be returning to Linlithgow again – we’ve had great successes with previous developments in the area and are looking forward to getting started at Queenswood.
“There’s a real sense of community in the area and so much for families to do and get involved in throughout the year.”
Linlithgow hosts regular local events and celebrations such as the Linlithgow Marches, Children’s Gala Day and the famous “Party at the Palace” music festival in the grounds of Linlithgow Palace.
The new homes in Linlithgow will benefit from easy access to the surrounding countryside as well as the attractive high street. Nearby Linlithgow Loch and Union Canal provide ideal opportunities for outdoor pursuits like cycling, jogging, walking and boating.
Regular trains to Glasgow and Edinburgh are available, as well as easy access to the M8 for commuters.
For more information, or to register interest in Queenswood development, visit https://www.cala.co.uk/homes-for-sale/east-of-scotland/queenswood
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