CALA Drives Home Luxury Commuter Hotspots
Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
on behalf of CALA Homes
WHEN IT comes to finding the ideal home, a well connected location is a key consideration, especially for house hunters who work in and around the city.
CALA Homes’ developments across the East of Scotland effortlessly ticks this box, with homes designed to offer the very best in luxury family living, in locations that provide swift and easy access to and from the city centre, and beyond.
And with new developments arriving in areas already well established as highly desirable places to live – like CALA Homes’ The Oaks development in Linlithgow with its cosy ‘village’ feel and highly regarded schools, or Eagle’s Green near Eskbank, offering a semi-rural retreat just a mile from Eskbank railway station – there is plenty of choice for commuters, to ensure the best of both worlds
The Oaks is CALA’s newest West Lothian hotspot – an exclusive and intimate development of just 5 spacious family homes, nestled in the historic Scots town of Linlithgow.
Spanning two acres of land, homes here enjoy plentiful greenery and large gardens, all just a short walk from Linlithgow train station, which benefits from frequent services running on the main Glasgow to Edinburgh line, making it perfectly positioned for the daily commute and weekend visits to the capital.
North of the capital, you’ll find CALA’s Dalmeny Park, situated within the picturesque town of South Queensferry, which offers all the benefits of quaint village life on the doorstep, while being very well placed for quick city centre access.
It is particularly well-situated for buyers commuting into the heart of Edinburgh thanks to its close proximity to Dalmeny Station, meaning you can be in the vibrant capital in no time, while Edinburgh Gateway, Edinburgh Park and South Gyle are all also close at hand.
What’s more, thanks to its location on the southern side of the Forth Road bridge, travelling into the city by car, or to Edinburgh airport, becomes a very easy prospect, offering buyers the cosy benefit of extra time in bed.
While to the South, Eagle’s Green is a collection of spacious, new family homes, recently launched on a site which once formed part of the historic Broomieknowe golf club, and as such the development enjoys a green outlook and semi-rural feel.
Despite its picturesque, countryside quality, Eagle’s Green is close to many local amenities, while also being extremely well-connected to Edinburgh, with Eskbank station located just a mile away, offering swift access into the city by train, and the city bypass being close at hand for those travelling by car, making it another particularly attractive development for commuters.
For more information on all the commuter hotspots available with CALA across the East of Scotland, please visit https://www.cala.co.uk/homes-for-sale/east-of-scotland
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