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Buy your new home in Scotland 

Whether you’ve called Scotland home for some time, or you’re looking to make the move north of the border, we have an excellent range of new homes in Scotland for you to choose from. From capital Edinburgh to fellow powerhouse Glasgow, historical Stirling and Aberdeen on the wild north east coast are also vying for your attention.

For more rural spots you could choose to set up in Aberdeenshire or Dunbartonshire, while the likes of East Lothian and Lanarkshire offer the best of both worlds. So don’t wait around, select your new home from our latest developments in Scotland below.

 

 

David Wilson @ Countesswells

David Wilson @ Countesswells

Gairnhill, Countesswells, ABERDEEN, ABERDEEN CITY, AB15 8QD

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £309,995 to £509,995
DWH @ Dargavel Village

DWH @ Dargavel Village

Glenluce Drive, Bishopton, PA7 5LX

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £318,995 to £344,995
Weirs Wynd

Weirs Wynd

Barochan Road, Brookfield, JOHNSTONE, RENFREWSHIRE, PA6 7AA

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £221,995 to £342,995
Cammo Meadows

Cammo Meadows

Maybury Road, Barnton, EDINBURGH, EDINBURGH CITY, EH4 8DY

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £679,995
Cammo Meadows

Cammo Meadows

Maybury Road, Barnton, EDINBURGH, EDINBURGH CITY, EH4 8DY

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £679,995
DWH @ Calderwood

DWH @ Calderwood

Edinburgh Road, East Calder, LIVINGSTON, WEST LOTHIAN, EH53 0HS

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £321,995 to £341,995
Mallets Rise

Mallets Rise

Malletsheugh Road, Newton Mearns, GLASGOW, EAST RENFREWSHIRE, G77 6PR

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £274,995 to £316,995
DWH @ Heritage Grange

DWH @ Heritage Grange

Frogston Road East, Edinburgh, EDINBURGH, EDINBURGH CITY, EH17 8AB

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £422,995 to £446,995
St Clair Mews

St Clair Mews

Main Street, Roslin, ROSLIN, MIDLOTHIAN, EH25 9LT

Living in Scotland


A beautiful country brimming with history, rich culture and spectacular natural landscapes, you can look forward to a wonderful way of life when you buy a new home in Scotland. Whether you want to live close to a major city like Edinburgh or Glasgow, or you’re looking for a more rural spot to nurture your connection with nature, our latest offers page could give you some extra help with your move. For example, our Part Exchange scheme could save you a lot of time, money and stress, if we act as a guaranteed buyer for your current home. 


Things to see and do in Scotland


Most Scots are incredibly proud of their country, and there’s no wonder. From rugged mountains to vibrant glens, picturesque lochs and vibrant forests, Scotland is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors. Whether you’re visiting Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, exploring the Cairngorms or working your way around the breathtaking northern coastline, the scenery is second to none in the UK. 


Cities like Edinburgh have the history and culture to match the stunning backdrop, with the Scottish capital boasting iconic sights and attractions like its castle, annual arts festival and volcanic peak. From the Glaswegian football scene to family-friendly theme parks, legendary lochs and some brilliant museums, galleries, castles and palaces, you’ll never be short of top things to do in Scotland. 


Education


Scotland has a proud educational history which stretches back hundreds of years, with the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) adopted right the way from nursery through secondary school. Education Scotland produces regular inspection reports for schools across the country, with the ‘excellent’ category the highest band to strive for. You’ll find many state schools in Scotland which score top marks across the board, while the country also has a collection of well-regarded independent schools. 


Transport links in Scotland


The Scottish public transport network is made up of local bus services, coaches, trains and ferries, while Glasgow has a subway and Edinburgh has a tram system. There are only motorways in the south of the country, most of which either start or end in Glasgow or Edinburgh. The M74 heads south from Glasgow towards North West England, while the M8 runs between Scotland’s two biggest cities. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow, meanwhile, have international airports serving a wide range of routes within the UK, Europe and beyond. 


The Scotland property market


As you’d expect with such a diverse country, there are properties to suit all different kinds of buyer in Scotland. Whether you want a city centre apartment, a beachside pad or a large detached house surrounded by countryside, Scotland ticks every box. 


House prices in the country are significantly lower than the average across England and Wales, so there’s some excellent value to be found north of the border. From stunning developments in Edinburgh to beautifully-designed new houses on the outskirts of Glasgow. In Scotland, first time buyers can purchase a home using First Home Fund. You only need a 5% deposit and the Scottish government will lend you up to £25,000.