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Swan Song for Seven Wells

Swan Song for Seven Wells

The final two Swanston housetypes have been released for sale at Walker Group’s Seven Wells in East Calder.

These stylish four bedroom homes are priced from £256,000 and can be purchased with part exchange subject to criteria, or with the help of Assisted Move. 

With generously proportioned rooms, the Swanston is a great family home with a welcoming lounge to the front of the property and a large open plan kitchen with dining area and French doors leading out to the garden.  

This property benefits from a separate utility room, downstairs cloakroom and integrated garage. 

To make the most of the leafy surroundings, the master and second bedrooms are located to the back of the property with views of the garden. Both rooms benefit from double wardrobes and the master has an ensuite. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.                
                                                                                
Sandy Casey, Director for Walker Group, said: “For the price of a smallish flat in Edinburgh city centre you can buy a fantastic four bedroom home with a large garden to come home to after a busy day at work.
                                                                             
“The benefits of having a garden are both mental and physical – not only does planting bulbs and cutting the grass improve your fitness but it can improve mental health as well. 

“Instead of staying inside on cold winter days watching television, spending time outside getting your hands dirty can be a great antidote to today’s stressful lifestyles.”

Buyers can see the very high standard of accommodation on offer by visiting the gorgeous vintage inspired Canterbury showhome at Seven Wells. Designed by Carol Yates and John Amabile, the showhome is open from Thursday to Monday from 11am to 5.30pm.

Just four miles from Livingston and 13 miles from Edinburgh, Seven Wells is a development of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in the village. The development is named after the wells which supplied the villagers with water dating back to before the 1900s.

With high quality finishes and fittings as standard, each property includes stylish and practical kitchens and bathrooms, along with high-efficiency heating systems and appliances to help ease carbon footprint concerns.
                                                                  
A short drive from The Centre Livingston, one of Scotland’s leading retail destinations with over 155 shops and restaurants, East Calder is the perfect place to explore the best of both worlds. Almondell & Calderwood Country Park are on the doorstep and there are 75 cycle routes in the unspoilt countryside.

The village itself has great facilities with a range of local shops, two good primary schools, a doctor’s surgery and the Xcite Sports Centre, featuring a recently refurbished Health and Fitness Centre and Sports Hall.