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New Homes in Edinburgh

One of the most popular places to live in the whole of the UK, never mind Scotland, Edinburgh is a captivating city that pulses with world-class culture, history and landmarks. The second largest Scottish city after Glasgow, new houses in Edinburgh are always highly sought after.

Whether you’re looking at charming towns on the outskirts such as PrestonpansPortobello with its popular beach, or South Queensferry over by the Forth Bridge, new builds with great access to the Scottish capital are always in demand. So scroll down to see our developments closest to Edinburgh, and start planning your next move. 

  • Cammo Meadows Apartments

    Cammo Meadows Apartments

    Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 8FD
    • 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £284,995 to £346,995
  • Cammo Meadows

    Cammo Meadows

    Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 8FD
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £425,995 to £465,995
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    West Craigs Quarter

    West Craigs Quarter

    Turnhouse Road, Edinburgh, EH12 0AE
    • Coming soon
  • St Clair Mews

    St Clair Mews

    Barons Drive, Roslin, EH25 9AL
    • 4 bedroom
    • £459,995 to £570,995
  • Rosewell Meadow

    Rosewell Meadow

    Carnethie Street, Rosewell, EH24 9AU
    • 4 bedroom
    • £459,995 to £529,995
  • DWH @ Valley Park

    DWH @ Valley Park

    2 Crawford Road, East Calder, Livingston, EH53 0WL
    • 4 bedroom
    • £429,995 to £499,995
  • DWH @ St Andrews

    DWH @ St Andrews

    Younger Gardens, St Andrews, KY16 8AB
    • 4 bedroom
    • £511,995 to £662,995
  • DWH @ Torrance Park

    DWH @ Torrance Park

    Morris Drive, Holytown, Motherwell, ML1 5US
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £236,995 to £399,995

Living in Edinburgh

For some it’s what they’re used to, for others it can feel like a dream to live in Edinburgh; as one of Europe’s most handsome, culturally rich cities, buying a new home in the Scottish capital rarely disappoints. You certainly won’t be disappointed with our latest offers, where you could benefit from an arrangement such as our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could save you a small fortune on estate agent fees - not to mention a huge amount of stress - by serving as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home. 

Things to see and do in Edinburgh

When you think of Edinburgh, many people’s first thought is the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival. The city’s pulsating cultural calendar also throws up treats like the annual Fringe festival, while you can also set your pulse racing with a walk up extinct volcano Arthur’s Seat. From here you can soak up unbeatable panoramic views back over the city and out over the Firth of Forth. 

For other people, Edinburgh Castle is the first thing that springs to mind. The iconic fortification is perched grandly on top of a rocky outcrop in the Old Town, giving you more great views as well as a fascinating heritage to devour. Back down on street level, don’t miss the Scottish National Gallery, the National Museum of Scotland St Giles’ Cathedral and the Palace of Holyroodhouse on your cultural tour of Edinburgh. 


Edinburgh has a fine selection of schools, with top primary options including Sciennes Primary School. Close to Holyrood Park, it’s the biggest school in the city as well as one of the best in terms of performance. A popular route from this school is for children to continue their education at the highly regarded James Gillespie’s High School, although Boroughmuir High School in the Fountainbridge area is another top secondary that may be of interest. 

Transport links in Edinburgh

Edinburgh has great connections both for getting around Scotland and the rest of the UK. And indeed beyond, thanks to its busy international airport just a few miles from the city centre. Back in town there are two major train stations, Waverley and Haymarket, while you can also rely on lots of regular bus routes to get around. There’s also a tram service which you can use to get between the airport and the New Town area, while the M8, M9 and M90 motorways all start close to Edinburgh. You can use the former to get to Glasgow in less than an hour. 

The Edinburgh property market

House prices in Edinburgh are far higher than the Scottish average - getting on for double, in fact. This shows the strength of the local property market, which seems a certainty for long-term investment. 

You don’t need to be thinking about the future too much though when you buy a charming 4 bedroom detached home at Heritage Grange along Frogston Road East on the southern outskirts of the city. Or if you’re looking at the Barnton area with its great access to the airport and collection of everything from 1 bed apartments to 2 bed terraces and 3 bed detached houses

If you’re struggling to save for a deposit, we can support you with our low deposit schemes. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we can offer a 5% deposit contribution towards your first or second home. 
Suddenly need more space for your growing family? We have you covered. Our help to sell schemes make it easy to sell your current home. You won’t have to worry about estate agent fees or the open property market. Let us do the legwork while you enjoy your new home. 
We also have a Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme available for key workers, including flooring throughout your brand-new DWH home. 


Don't forget to take a look at our Scotland property buying guide, which includes all the information you need to know about buying a home in Scotland.

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