Works starts on new Gorebridge housing development

An artist's impression of CALA Homes' Broomieknowe housing development
An artist's impression of CALA Homes' Broomieknowe housing development

Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has returned to Gorebridge to launch its much-anticipated development of 190 new homes at Harvieston Park.

Situated off Powdermill Brae, Harvieston Park follows on the heels of several successful developments in Gorebridge and will consist of two, three, four and five bedroom family homes in a location that offers a balance of great local facilities and exceptional transport links to Edinburgh and beyond.

The development enjoys the benefits of a local station on the Borders Railway which offers easy access to Edinburgh, as well as Stow, Galashiels and Tweeddale in the Borders.

With a choice of 10 styles of new homes to choose from, and prices that start from £149,995 for the two bedroom mid-terrace Andrew up to £275,000 for the four bedroom detached Maxwell – Harvieston Park aims to appeal to a wide range of buyers wherever they are on the property ladder.

Harvieston Park reinforces Taylor Wimpey East Scotland’s commitment to Midlothian, and follows a string of successful developments in the area.

Karen Armstrong, sales and marketing director, said: “Midlothian, and Gorebridge, in particular, as a location, ticks so many boxes for buyers – as well as an impressive range of local facilities and excellent transport links, the area also has a good mix of local nursery, primary and secondary education which makes this location popular with families.

“When you also consider that nearby you’ll find the natural beauty of Vogrie Country Park as well as a wealth of sporting activities, a local leisure centre, great transport links including a local train station on the Borders railway that gives buyers easy access to Edinburgh and beyond. This development offers the best of all worlds for a wide range of buyers considering a move to a new home.”