4 houses you could own in North Queensferry

15 Carlingnose View, North Queensferry, KY11 1EZ
Offers Over £535,000
3 bedroom Detached

11 East Bay, The Shores, North Queensferry, KY11 1JX
Offers over £800,000
5 bedroom Detached

19 Carlingnose Way, North Queensferry, KY11 1EU
Offers around £750,000
4 bedroom Detached

Carlingnose Way, North Queensferry, KY11 1EU
Offers Over £799,000
5 bedroom Detached

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