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We are delighted to announce the much-anticipated second phase of  One Dalhousie development in Bonnyrigg.

Since launching in July 2018, One Dalhousie has emerged as one of the most sought-after addresses in the town but with the original development selling out in record time many hopeful buyers missed out on their dream homes.

However with 78 new homes being built and 14 different housetypes on offer from first time buyer properties to forever family homes, local people will be spoiled for choice.

The first release is now available for reservation and includes some of the housebuilder’s most desirable house-types – the Landsborough from £324,000, the Canterbury from £332,000 and the Canterbury Corner from £342,000.

Sandy Casey, Director Walker Group said: “One Dalhousie has been one of our fastest selling developments of all time – people just seem to love the houses on offer and the quiet semi-rural location just a short distance from the grandeur of Dalhousie Castle.

“When we launched the Roxburgh Corner showhome in June we were amazed by the number of people who came to visit on the opening weekend and the phone hasn’t stopped ringing since then. We are delighted to be able to start taking reservations again and hope disappointed buyers who missed out on the first phase will now be able to secure their ideal home.”

A firm favourite with families looking for extra space, the four bedroom Landsborough has a lovely open-plan kitchen/dining and family room, great storage and good sized bedrooms.

Another fantastic family home, the Canterbury Corner has a 24 ft long open kitchen and family room. A generous lounge, welcoming reception hall, utility and downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor.

The large master bedroom has its own ensuite shower room and swoon-worthy dressing room, there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Buyers can see the very high level of specification on offer at One Dalhousie by visiting the Roxburgh Corner showhome designed by Carol Yates.

Located to the north of Dalhousie Dairy, the homes come complete with their own solar panels along with high performance insulation, double glazing and energy efficient heating systems.

They offer lots of other clever touches too, including ample fitted storage in the kitchen and bedrooms and radiator valves that are positioned to make vacuuming easier. Many of the properties feature utility rooms, garages and family rooms that provide vital extra space.  

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.     

There’s lots to do in the surrounding area for sports lovers – golfers will enjoy playing in the magnificent parkland setting of Broomieknowe Golf Club while  fitness fans can work out in Lasswade Leisure Centre which has a wide array of facilities including a gym, games hall, 25m pool, dance studio, badminton hall, squash court, a gymnastics academy, a library and a café.        


Also just a short drive away is the National Mining Museum Scotland, a five star visitor attraction, where you can retrace the footsteps of thousands of miners and their families.  The Rossyln Chapel is a must visit for history lovers and fans of Dan Brown’s novel and film the Da Vinci Code.


Further information is available on 0131 654 1505