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Cammo Meadows Apartments

by David Wilson Homes

Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH4 8FD

2 & 3 bedroom apartments

£284,995 - £346,995

Cammo Meadows

by David Wilson Homes

Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH4 8FD

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£425,995 - £465,995

West Craigs

by Cala Homes

Turnhouse Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH12 0AX

3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses and 2 & 3 bedroom apartments

£269,500 - £699,995

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Barratt @ West Craigs

by Barratt Homes

Craigs Road, Gogar, Midlothian, EH12 0BB

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£355,995 - £592,995


by Dandara

Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH12 7FJ

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments

From £243,995

West Craigs Manor

by Miller Homes

Off Craigs Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH12 8NN

4 & 5 bedroom houses

£475,000 - £692,000


by Savills

Lanark Road West, Currie, Midlothian, EH14 5RS

2 & 3 bedroom apartments

£295,000 - £375,000

The Engine Yard

by Places for People

Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH7 4PD

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments

From £260,000

Waterfront Plaza

by Cala Homes

Ocean Drive, Leith, Edinburgh City, EH6 6JJ

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and 4 bedroom townhouses

£220,000 - £545,000

Merchant Quay

by Barratt Homes

Salamander Street, Leith, Edinburgh City, EH6 7HR

2 & 3 bedroom apartments

£269,995 - £334,995

Lime Grove

by Barratt Homes

Eliza Wigham Bow, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH17 8WX

3 bedroom houses

From £319,995


by Dandara

Straiton, Midlothian, EH20 9FJ

4 & 5 bedroom houses

The Strand @ Portobello

by Barratt Homes

Fishwives Causeway, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH15 1DF

2 & 3 bedroom apartments

£260,995 - £331,995

The Lanes

by Avant Homes

Off Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH16 4SP

3 & 5 bedroom houses

£270,000 - £460,000

West Edge Meadows

by Bellway

Lasswade Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH17 8SD

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£211,995 - £443,995

Pentland View

by Barratt Homes

Charles Wilson Avenue, Bilston, Midlothian, EH25 9AQ

4 & 5 bedroom houses

£384,995 - £429,995


by Stewart Milne Homes

Shawfair, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH22 1PA

4 & 5 bedroom houses

£395,000 - £520,000

Foxhall Gait

by Dandara

Kirkliston, West Lothian, EH29 9GT

2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses

From £265,995

The Crossings

by Lovell Homes

Queensferry, Midlothian, EH30 9SW

2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses and 2 bedroom apartments

£265,000 - £460,000

Gilmerton Heights

by Barratt Homes

Bannerman Cruick, Gilmerton, Midlothian, EH17 8SH

4 bedroom houses

£399,995 - £443,995

Kings Cove

by Persimmon Homes

Gilmerton Station Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH17 8RZ

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

£222,995 - £375,995

Bellway at Shawfair

by Bellway

The Wisp, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City, EH16 4SJ

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£299,995 - £448,995

St Clair Mews

by David Wilson Homes

Barons Drive, Roslin, Midlothian, EH25 9AL

4 bedroom houses

£459,995 - £570,995

Belwood Oaks

by Cala Homes

Off Mauricewood Road, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 0FU

4 & 5 bedroom houses

£365,000 - £573,000

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Buying a new home in Edinburgh

Are you looking to find your new build home in Edinburgh? With over 40 developments of new homes in and around the Scottish capital, you’re sure to find the home that’s perfect for you. Properties range from one bedroom apartments to five bedroom family homes, so whether you’re a first time buyer or growing family, there’s something for everyone. The average house price in Edinburgh hovers around £260,000, making it one of the more affordable capital cities to live in. New homes in Edinburgh tend to be slightly more expensive, however they also tend to be significantly more energy efficient, saving you thousands.

Scotland offers many home buying schemes to assist in purchasing properties. The First Home Fund provides interest-free loans to first-time buyers where you’ll also benefit from a deposit contribution, while the New Supply Shared Equity (NSSE) scheme supports those purchasing from housing associations. The Low-cost Initiative for First Time Buyers (LIFT) scheme also helps people buy a new home from a council or housing association through shared equity. General home buying schemes are also available in Scotland, including Part Exchange. These initiatives aim to make homeownership more accessible and to get more people onto the property ladder.

Edinburgh itself is a stunning place to live, and is a mixture of Medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town. It's easy to get around without a car as it's a walkable city, and also has an award-winning public transport system. Consequently, you’re never far from the city's attractions, and there are plenty of them. Edinburgh Castle, a historic fortress sat atop Castle Rock in the heart of the city, holds a pivotal role in the nation's history. Overlooking the city, it has witnessed royal ceremonies and military conflicts, and is a popular tourist hot spot. St. Giles' Cathedral showcases stunning Gothic architecture, and The Scott Monument pays homage to Sir Walter Scott's literary contributions. From medieval tales to literary legacies, Edinburgh's historic sites offer a captivating journey through time, providing a glimpse into the city's rich and diverse heritage.

Edinburgh has a vibrant culinary scene, offering a range of flavours from traditional Scottish to global cuisines. Its cultural landscape is enriched by a diverse array of museums and art galleries. The Scottish National Gallery houses an astounding collection of European paintings, while the Scottish National Portrait Gallery celebrates notable figures in art. The Museum of Scotland offers a journey through the country's history. From classical masterpieces to contemporary creations, these institutions collectively paint a vivid picture of Edinburgh's history.

There are plenty of smaller towns and villages within Edinburgh City with new build developments if you prefer rural living, including Leith, Currie, Midlothian and Roslin. These homes are surrounded by the beautiful Scottish countryside, from beautiful lochs to rolling hills, so you’ll be spoilt for countryside views and peaceful escapes. Edinburgh City has a range of transport links, so you’ll be able to get round the country with ease. There’s a huge variety of highly rated primary and secondary schools, as well as Edinburgh University, renowned for its academic excellence and diverse range of programs.

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