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Walker Group has released a new phase of three bedroom properties due to demand at Long Meadow in Ormiston, near Tranent.

And with Help to Buy available, the properties are even more affordable.  Prices start from just £160,000 for a three bedroom home and by taking advantage of the Scottish Government’s Help to Buy initiative monthly payments can be as little as £452.90 for the Glenelg a terrace home.   This is based on providing an £8,000 deposit along with a Help to Buy Scottish Government supported deposit of £24,000 and a two year fixed mortgage rate of 1.69% over thirty years, subject to criteria.

Along with the Glenelg, Walker Group has just unveiled its newest house design the Hendon, also a three bedroom semi-detached house type priced from just £195,000. 

This family home has a well-equipped kitchen, cloakroom and large lounge with dining area and doors opening out onto the garden. To further increase access outdoors there is also an integrated passageway leading to the rear of the property.

Upstairs a hall leads off to the impressive 16ft long master bedroom with an ensuite. There are two other good-sized bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom.

Long Meadow will feature 54 three, four and five bedroom family homes when complete, located 14 miles from Edinburgh.  The first homes are expected to be ready for occupation in the autumn.

Also available for reservation are the Albury, also a three bedroom semi-detached from £175,000, and the four bedroom Arlington from £245,000.

The development will feature some of Walker Group’s most desirable housetypes including the appropriately named Ormiston, another three bedroom semi-detached home. 

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.

The new homes feature high specification fixtures and fittings such as integrated fridge freezers and turfed front gardens as standard.                                                                                            

The first planned village in Scotland, Ormiston is a friendly bustling village founded in 1735 by John Cockburn one of the initiators of the Agricultural Revolution.