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Published On: Wed, Nov 16th, 2016 at 3:02pm

Last homes on sale at David Wilson Homes’ Fairmilehead development

David Wilson Homes' Fairmilehead Development

David Wilson Homes’ Fairmilehead Development

There are now only a few properties available at David Wilson Homes’ Fairmilehead development in Edinburgh. The site sits between the Pentlands and the south of the city.

If you buy a home here you will be able to enjoy quick access to the city centre, and for example commuting by bus might take around half an hour.

A selection of two bedroom executive apartments, three bedroom townhouses and four bedroom detached homes make up the last phase of development.

The area also has a real countryside feel with plenty of golf courses around and the ski slope at Hillend not too far away.

Anne Ross, sales director for David Wilson Homes East Scotland, said: “Offering open countryside nearby and located in such a sought after city location, Fairmilehead has proved to be an extremely desirable development. With the launch of the last remaining properties, prospective house hunters will need to act quickly if they would like to secure a new home for the New Year in one of the city’s in-demand locations.”

Fairmilehead apartment

A small number of properties remain at David Wilson Homes’ Farmilehead development

The two bedroom properties start from £270,995 and feature an open plan living and dining area with double doors opening on to each balcony plus one bedroom with en-suite.

The three bedroom Carradale townhouse starts at £301,995 and comes complete with an integrated garage, three storeys and French doors to the rear garden.

The four bedroom Drumoig has a lounge at the front with bay windows plus an upstairs family bathroom with an en-suite to the master bedroom including three other double rooms and starts at £474,995.

For more information visit www.dwh.co.uk or call 08442 738 054.

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