Barratt @ St Clements Wells, Wallyford

Barratt @ St Clements Wells

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Wallyford, East Lothian

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Barratt @ St Clements Wells is an exciting development of 245 new homes on the outskirts of Edinburgh city centre. We are building a collection of 3 & 4 bed homes, ideal for those looking for more space and growing families. Designs include terraced, semi-detached and detached homes each with their own garden. The location is perfect for commuters, with great public transport and motorway links close by.

Christmas opening hours:

Tuesday 24th - Thursday 26th Dec: closed

Friday 27th - Monday 30th Dec: open

Tuesday 31st Dec - Thursday 2nd Jan: closed

Friday 3rd Jan: open Whether it’s shopping for pleasure or for those daily essentials, you will always have a wide choice of shops in either Edinburgh city centre, or the surrounding towns to choose from.From taking a stroll along one of the many local beaches, to having a day out in the exciting City of Edinburgh, you will always have a number of things to do to keep you and your family entertained. Frequent bus and train services are nearby as well as the A1 giving you quick access to Edinburgh as well as other cities you may be travelling to.

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