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ENJOY AN IDYLLIC SETTING WITH SPEEDY CITY LINKS
Calder Meadows is a select collection of just 40 new homes in the popular town of East Calder in West Lothian. Following on from the success of the first phase, this new development boasts a range of four and five bedroom detached homes that will be perfect if you are looking for a spacious new home.
Set on the edge of Almondell and Calderwood Country Park which offers excellent walks and recreational facilities, Edinburgh city and Edinburgh airport are only a sort drive away making the development an excellent choice for commuters.
Living at Calder Meadows means you will be close to local shops, cafes and a garden centre, which are all within walking distance. Only 4 miles away, Livingston also offers a range of high street shops as well as The Centre, with its range of well known brands and eateries, plus the Livingston Designer Outlet, Scotland's largest designer outlet. A little further afield, The Gyle Shopping Centre in Edinburgh has an array of high street shops.
With its tranquil surroundings, excellent transport links and range of beautifully designed Charles Church homes, Calder Meadows could be an ideal place for you and your family to call home.
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