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Newcraighall Village

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Newcraighall Road, Musselburgh, East Lothian

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You'll find a collection of three and four bed family homes at our Newcraighall Village development. Enjoy a perfect location, with lots of great amenities close by and just 5 miles from Edinburgh city centre. You can take advantage of all the convenient transport links right on your doorstep and there are a great range of local schools too.Fort Kinnaird is just a stones throw from the development with a fantastic range of shops including H&M, Mothercare, NEXT, Argos, Boots and Clarks. There is also an ASDA superstore just a few miles away for all of your everyday essentials.Within walking distance from Newcraighall Village there is a great range of leisure activities. Bannatynes gym is located on Newcraighall Road, the Commonweath swimming pool is just a few miles away and in Musselburgh you can enjoy the Racecourse and Golf Club.Newcraighall train station is close to the development running services to Edinburgh and the borders. There is an extensive bus service running across Edinburgh and the Lothians. The A1 is on the doorstep, taking you to the city bypass, M8 and M9.

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