£310,000 Fixed Price
ONLY ONE PLOT REMAINING with fantastic incentives available. Save £30,000 - was £340,000, now only £310,000, fully floored and finished kitchen. Ready to move in now.
This property (Plot 30) is a unique 3 bed steading split over 2 levels. On entering the property you will be presented with a deep entrance hall with built in storage, following through to an open plan living /kitchen area. On the ground floor you will also find a utility room, W.C./shower and bedroom 2. The staircase in the hallway will lead you to the first floor compromises of the main bathroom and 2 other bedrooms- the master coming with en-suite facilities.
This property is an original steading conversion with a lush front garden and picturesque views of the country landscape. This property also comes fully carpeted throughout with vinyl to wet areas and fitted luxury blinds and curtains.
Please note interior images shown are illustrative of typical Ogilvie Show home interiors and may not reflect the interior layout of this particular property.
This stunning development consists of only this REMAINING property with all the 1 & 2 bed cottage flats and 2 & 3 bed steading properties now sold. All individually designed to bring together exceptional craftsmanship, impeccable quality and luxurious style. Still standing is the original dovecote on the farm steading, creating a small development of steading dwellings.
All materials have been carefully chosen to replicate the features of the original building and compliment the environment. The development hosts attractive landscaping throughout with some properties boasting private gardens.
Dovecote Steadings is located in the beautiful historic village of Bolton only 2 miles South from the county town of Haddington and 35 minutes drive from Edinburgh. This delightful rural setting is not only encircled by beautiful countryside but is steeped in Scottish history.
The surrounding area of Haddington has played host to some of the most historic events in the early history of Scotland and Haddington itself was granted a Royal Burgh in the early 12th Century by David I. Today it is still a major tourist attraction with historic churches and castles and also strong connections with France through twinning with the French town Aubigny-sur-Nère.
With Scotland's capital city only 35 minutes drive-time, you can also enjoy the buzz of city life with top stores such as Harvey Nichols, packed with top designers like Stella McCartney, Prada and Gucci. Edinburgh is also home to some of the finest restaurants, bars and nightlife.
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