Pocket of dream homes launches in Gullane
Friday, October 2nd, 2020
on behalf of CALA Homes
First four homes released to market at Fentoun Meadow
AN INTIMATE collection of carefully designed family homes has now launched in one of East Lothian’s most “picture postcard” locations.
Designed and incorporating materials to reflect its picturesque surroundings, Fentoun Meadow by CALA Homes (East) has now been released to market following strong demand for sales across the developer’s coastal offerings.
On Gullane’s eastern edge, the new site also forms a natural extension to CALA’s popular Fentoun Green development which has just two homes remaining with buyers changing priorities seeing them even more attracted by the area’s semi-rural idyll.
Like the original development, the 12 four and five-bedroom homes that make up Fentoun Meadow were designed specifically for the East Lothian village, adapting CALA’s high-specification Light and Space range, utilising materials in keeping with the surrounding area.
The first four detached properties have been released, with four and five bedroom homes ranging from £495,000 to £580,000.
Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East), said: “So many of us are seeking space, clean air and access to the wider countryside and beauty spots.
“Fentoun Meadow is a special cluster of homes – and our most secluded in the village. It offers properties that truly can become “forever” homes”
Two housetypes comprise the first four homes made available. The Campbell is striking four bedroom home with a detached double garage, while The Hamilton is a spacious five bedroom home.
Both styles offer huge amounts of flexibility, with space for dedicated home studies to create perfect home-working environments – and open plan family living that open out onto private gardens via large French doors, helping bring the outside in all year round.
CALA’s East Lothian Collection is a range of homes thoughtfully designed both inside and out to complement their external surroundings. A simple palette of high-quality materials has been selected, with natural tones creating a contrast and character which befits the location and nearby existing homes.
Connecting through to the original development, the extension creates more space on site for families to enjoy, while enhancing the local environment for everyone living at both Fentoun Green and Fentoun Meadow.
A move to Gullane promises all buyers with city convenience without compromising on seaside splendour.
This portion of the East Lothian coastline is arguably best known for its golf and in particular, The Open venue, Muirfield, welcoming golfers from all over the world trying to test their skills on the challenging links.
Gullane is also home to a number of enticing bars and restaurants, including Tom Kitchin’s renowned Bonnie Badger.
Edinburgh Waverly train station can be reached within half an hour by train from nearby Drem station and East Lothian beaches are a mere walk away – making Fentoun Green and Fentoun Meadow the ideal commuters’ coastline retreat.
CALA is also playing an integral role in the creation of a new detached core path that could eventually lead all the way to Drem railway station, with a detached path at Fentoun Meadow among the first sections to be completed.
To learn more about Fentoun Meadow, please visit: https://www.cala.co.uk/homes-for-sale/east-of-scotland/fentoun-meadow
Get in touch with our team of experts to help your business receive the property PR it deserves
Phone us on 0131 561 2244, or take a few seconds to fill and submit the simple form below and we’ll get straight back to you:
Chris Fairbairn is an Account Director with award-winning public relations agency Holyrood PR. He is part of an expert PR team delivering PR services to a wide range of clients from headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland.View Chris's Profile
Friday, January 15th, 2021
Comments Off on £10,000 donation to disability access park receives high media praise
Friday, January 15th, 2021
Comments Off on Charity walks its way to regional coverage success thanks to Scottish PR experts
So how can we help?
If you have any comments or questions, please contact us.