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Last week we highlighted some great new-build homes in Dunfermline but there are also some fabulous developments worth checking out in the wider Fife area. House- hunters looking to find a new home in the east of Scotland will find they can get much more for their money here than they would in Edinburgh, but still be within a half-hour commute to the city centre.
People travel from all over the world to play on the UK's golf courses due to their heritage and the skill levels required. Property developers are working to cater for the golf fanatics living in the UK and beyond by providing homes on and around the top courses.
As a new phase of homes is released there, would-be first-time homebuyers are being given a helping hand at Orchard Park in Motherwell, where developer Bett Homes is now offering shared equity on some of new homes currently available there. This means that they can own an apartment at the development for less than £80 per week.
House-hunters looking to find a new home in Perthshire may be pleasantly surprised by the variety of new build properties currently on the market. Families of all shapes and sizes are catered for, with everything from one-bedroom houses to five-bedroom villas available. Perthshire is a well sought-after area due to its location in the heart of Scotland while its bustling towns and scenic countryside offering the best of both worlds from a lifestyle point of view.
With two universities, plenty of bars, restaurants, shops, attractions and a whole redevelopment at the Waterfront in progress, Scotland's fourth largest city has a lot going for it. House-hunters looking to find a new home in Dundee will find the new-build housing market just as bustling at the city itself, with a great variety of properties currently on the market.
The sharp sea air, the soothing sound of waves crashing and the constant holiday feeling - owning a home by the sea is a dream many of us may think is unobtainable. However, housebuilders are working hard to meet the demand for coastal homes and there are options suitable for all budgets and tastes. Here we show you a selection of what's on offer around the UK.
Being home to three universities, it's little wonder that so many young professionals reside in Glasgow. This being the case, there are plenty of opportunities for house-hunters to get their foot on the property ladder by purchasing a new-build home in the city. First-time buyers looking to find a new home in Glasgow will find a good choice of properties available to them, from compact one-bedroom apartments to more spacious family homes, all under £150,000.
Anyone stating "it's grim up north" has probably never visited Aberdeenshire. Located on the dramatic east coast, the area has one of the best standards of living in Scotland, with excellent job opportunities in a wide range of industries. Its combination of rural living and urban towns as well as its proximity to Aberdeen itself, make the region an attractive place to raise a family. House-hunters looking to find a new home in Aberdeenshire will find a large number of options available.
Despite the wide belief that prices in the Scottish Capital are unaffordable, those looking to find a new home in Edinburgh will find a surprising number of new-build homes on the market for under £200,000. Perfect for first-time buyers, young professionals and downsizers looking for a city pad, these apartments are all within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre.