Families seeking more space to grow with all the charm of suburban living are being urged to act now in order to secure the last five-bed home at one of Edinburgh’s most sought-after locations.
CALA Homes (East) is selling The Lowther, an elegant five-bedroom showhome at its celebrated Kingfisher Park development in Balerno – following the quick sell out of its first phase of homes.
Complete with interior design by industry-renowned Blocc Interiors, the property offers convenience to buyers looking to purchase a home in the popular Edinburgh postcode.
Paying tribute to Balerno’s natural surroundings, The Lowther takes inspiration from the colour palette of the majestic Kingfisher bird – native to the nearby Water of Leith.
Suzanne Thomas, creative sales director at Blocc, said: ‘The design of the Lowther draws on the bold colours of the Kingfisher which are balanced against the grey base colour of the walls – creating a really stunning modern home.
‘The layout of the ground-floor of the property is perfect for a growing family, with a formal lounge as well as a more relaxed living area in the open plan kitchen-dining room, which could make a perfect children’s play area.’
As the development’s stunning showhome, The Lowther is available with landscaped garden plus light fittings, mirrors, pictures, curtains and flooring all included in the fixed price of £675,000.
Philip Hogg, sales and marketing director with CALA Homes (East), said: ‘The Lowther offers the perfect home for buyers looking for that something special.
‘It features a spacious three-zone kitchen, dining and living area with a sleek island unit and bifold doors leading out to the garden.
‘There is also a separate private lounge and study, as well as a double integral garage and plentiful storage space, so The Lowther certainly meets all the demands of contemporary family life.
‘We have seen a great deal of interest in Kingfisher Park – and the lucky buyer will be able to snap up this last remaining five-bedroom home at the development.’
With a short commute into Edinburgh, Kingfisher Park combines the easily accessible amenities of the city with the tranquil neighbouring countryside.
The Edinburgh City Bypass is in easy reach of the development, connecting buyers to the city and the M8 to Glasgow and beyond. An excellent bus network and train service from nearby Curriehill station also offer easy access to the capital.
With top performing local schools in walking distance, open spaces, walkways and a play area planned at the development, Kingfisher Park offers a perfect setting for setting up home.
Known as Edinburgh’s ‘gateway to the Pentlands’, Balerno provides the perfect location for weekend walkers – boasting miles of unspoilt scenery a mere stone’s throw away, as well as picturesque walkways along the nearby Water of Leith.
The quaint village benefits from a high street of independent shops and community events, including a fortnightly farmers’ market and an annual children’s gala. While to the East, all the amenities for neighbouring Currie and Juniper Green are also in easy reach.
Kingfisher Park offers a range of contemporary living options, from four-bedroom detached homes to three-bedroom mews, to one and two-bedroom apartments.
More information on the final 5 bedroom home and the wider Kingfisher Park development is available HERE.