Tasty Offer At Hopefield Park
To celebrate British Food Fortnight, Walker Group is offering a Taste of Scotland hamper to buyers who reserve a five bedroom Culdearn housetype at Hopefield Park in Bonnyrigg.
The delicious treat marks the annual event, which runs from 17th September to 2nd October this year, to promote the benefits of buying and eating from the home produced British larder.
Launched in 2002, it is supported by business and organisations across the UK with big names like Chef Raymond Blanc and TV Gardener Chris Collins lending their voices to the campaign.
The John Lewis hamper, filled with Scottish favourites such as whisky cake and shortbread, will be presented to buyers who reserve a Culdearn before the end of September and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers.
Sandy Casey, Director of Walker Group, said: “The Culdearn is a fantastic house for foodies as it has a large open plan kitchen diner, where residents can experiment with recipes featuring the best British ingredients.”
The five bedroom Culdearn, which is priced from £395,000, has a spacious lounge, open plan kitchen with dining area, a separate formal dining room, a family room, a utility, cloakroom and integral double garage on the ground floor.
Upstairs are five bedrooms with both the master and second bedroom featuring an ensuite, and a family bathroom.
Hopefield Park will feature 51 two, three, four and five bedroom family homes when complete. Prices for homes start from £272,000 for the four bedroom Kidston.
Designed to be among their greenest homes yet, the properties have high performance insulation, double-glazing and energy-efficient heating systems. All homes are built to a high specification with fitted wardrobes, fridge freezers and excellent storage.
Bonnyrigg’s town centre, with its avenue of trees, has a selection of local stores including a chemist, bank and post office. A Tesco supermarket is a short drive away and larger high street stores are available at Straiton Retail Park.