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Make the Move to Midlothian for a life of Semi-Rural Bliss

Cala Homes Press releases

Make the Move to Midlothian for a life of Semi-Rural Bliss

Cala Homes Press releases

THOSE looking to indulge in serene and spacious surroundings can now find their dream home at one of three upmarket developments in Midlothian- Property PR


THOSE looking to indulge in serene and spacious surroundings can now find their dream home at one of three upmarket developments in Midlothian.


Well located for easy access to and from the hustle and bustle of the capital, buyers looking for more space and a slower pace of life are being tempted out to the scenic region.


CALA Homes (East) is currently selling from a trio of local developments perfect for professionals and young families looking for a better quality of life with homes boasting an abundance of space and flexible living areas, as well as everyday conveniences still close at hand.

The short commute into the city centre will appeal to workers and those looking to still take advantage of the capital’s nightlife and attractions, with excellent public transport links and the Edinburgh City Bypass just minutes away.


Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director with CALA Homes (East), said: “Midlothian has so much to offer both families and professionals alike, it is no wonder that homes in the region are in high demand right now.


“We currently have three premium developments in the area; Chapel Lawns in Roslin, Eagle’s Green in Bonnyrigg and Mayburn Park in Straiton, which between them have something for all manner of tastes – and could see you move to more space in your dream home without any compromises.”


CALA’s 4 and 5 bedroom contemporary homes within Midlothain are all situated within easy reach of the region’s extensive selection of shops, leafy parks, bars, restaurants and historic sites meaning you have all the lifestyle amenities on your doorstep, while good public transport links mean you can still be in Edinburgh with ease, for evenings socialising with friends.


Families will be able to enjoy dishes with locally-sourced ingredients, from brands including Stewart Brewing and Bonaly Farm Dairy, at restaurants such as The Paper Mill in Lasswade, taking in the tranquil views of the River Esk, before discovering Dalkeith Country Park – just a 10-minute drive away.


Little ones can explore towering Fort Douglas, while adults can stroll the estate’s country trails or grab a coffee in the Restoration Yard.


Outdoor enthusiasts will also be able to take walking to the next level as they take on the Pentland Hills’ rugged routes, soaking up the breathtaking views from the top.


On descent, refuel with tea and cake at the Secret Herb Garden – a gardener’s paradise for plants and herbs – at the foot of the range of hills.


If mucky boots and green fingers aren’t your thing, inquisitive children will be kept amused at Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World, right next door to Scotland’s biggest Dobbies Garden Centre.


Eagle’s Green, Bonnyrigg


Teeing off the trio of developments, Eagle’s Green offers buyers the chance to snap up elegant 4 and 5 bedroom homes in an idyllic location.


Situated on the former practice ground of the prestigious Broomieknowe Golf Course close to Eskbank, the tree-lined development is now in its final phase with only a selection of homes still available, starting at £460,000.


With Eagle’s Green just a stone’s throw away by foot from the Tesco Superstore at Eskbank, grocery shopping is simple with everyday essentials close at hand.


Eskbank station is also within walking distance of the development where you can jump the regular Borders Railway, for an easy commuting option and day trips into town.


Mayburn Park, Straiton


Those looking to stay a little closer to the centre but still enjoy ample living space would be well suited to Mayburn Park in Straiton.


Located next to Straiton Retail Park, buyers will be able to enjoy a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, retailers and supermarkets onsite.


Part of CALA’s award-winning Signature Collection, the stylish 4 and 5 bedroom homes start at £430,000 and are set alongside the leafy May Burn – a mere five miles from Edinburgh centre.


Chapel Lawns, Roslin


If a more rural outlook is what you are looking for, potential buyers can venture further into Midlothian and discover Chapel Lawns.


Set in the historic village of Roslin, Chapel Lawns has been designed for growing families, making clever use of space and all finished to CALA’s quality and attention to detail.


Philip added: “From evenings with friends at popular local eateries to discovering the rich history of Roslin Chapel, the county is brimming with options to keep young professionals and families entertained alike.


“With an array of outstanding beauty spots scattered around the county to explore, paired with the incredibly spacious, sophisticated design of a CALA home, living in Midlothian is the perfect place to set up home, without compromising on lifestyle.”


CALA Homes is headquartered in Scotland, employs more than 850 people and earned its reputation on the high quality of the homes it builds, which are sensitively designed.


The housebuilder was recently awarded a five-star rating from the Home Builders Federation (HBF), scoring in excess of 93 per cent when it comes to new home purchaser satisfaction.


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