£143,500 - £192,500
2 and 3 bedroom properties
Newtonloan Toll, off the A7, Gorebridge, Midlothian
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More information about Dewar Park...Get the best of both worlds…
Dewar Park at Arniston Park, Gorebridge in Midlothian, offers a superb selection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in a stunning semi-rural location but within easy reach of Edinburgh.
- Range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- Excellent transport links via the A7 and Newtongrange train station
- Easy access to Edinburgh city centre
- Range of local convenience stores
- Stunning countryside and beaches close by
Dewar Park provides the ideal situation from which to access Central Scotland, with Edinburgh just over 9 miles away, East Lothian and The Borders to the south. This stunning development, next to the A7 Tourist Route, is surrounded by beautiful countryside making it an idyllic setting for our impressive range of Persimmon homes offering something for everyone. Arniston Park is an area which is being developed into a new community with private homes, local shops and there are plans for a new primary school.
Historically, Gorebridge was a small coal village, developed and expanded in the mid 19th century, to house the miners' families and their businesses, resulting in a thriving main street with many local traders. The remnants of these industries have left some amazing recreational areas to enjoy.
Situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Gorebridge is perfectly located to benefit from the city's unlimited amenities and attractions. In addition, Midlothian itself offers a wealth of historic castles, stately homes and museums to explore. The popular Vogrie County Park in the heart of the countryside, offers something for all the family; walking, horse riding, cycling, golf and plenty for the kids, including, a miniature railway and adventure play park.All you need for day-to-day living
There are a vast range of local facilities to be enjoyed, including nearby Dobbies and the Edinburgh Fort and Straiton Retail Parks. Gorebridge Leisure Centre also provides a versatile range of facilities for the community including a three-court sports hall and a state-of-the-art ToneZone.
With its beautifully-designed new homes, great local amenities, popular semi-rural location and proximity to Edinburgh's city centre, Dewar Park could be your perfect place to call home.Arrange an appointment to find out more information about this development.
Last year HM The Queen officially opened the new £294m Borders Railway. It was held on the same day that Queen Elizabeth became the longest reigning monarch in more than a millennium of British history.
The opening of the Scottish Borders railway line ‘The Waverly Line' saw Gorebridge station in use for the first time since 1969 allowing easy access to the town, and the opportunity for commuters to conveniently travel to the centre of Edinburgh.
The nearest station to Dewar Park is Newtongrange under a mile away and is just a 22-minute journey into Edinburgh Waverley. Dewar Park has great road links being only 12 miles from the city but now you can let the train take the strain and live in a fabulous location.
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