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These 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in South Queensferry benefit from excellent transport connections to the world-class attractions of Scotland’s capital city. With Edinburgh only 10 miles away, residents are well-placed to take advantage of the leisure and retail options promised at the heart of Scotland.
3 and 4-bedroom houses
1 and 2-bedroom apartments
Prime location in attractive, historic town
10 miles from Edinburgh
Well-regarded schools nearby
Off Kirkliston Road, South Queensferry, EH30 9QZ
Lochinvar Gardens is located off Kirkliston Road in South Queensferry, just 10 miles from the capital city of Edinburgh.
Lochinvar Gardens is excellently located for access to both the motorway network and more local road links. The B800, provides a useful connection to the A90 in under 2 minutes, which allows travel to Edinburgh in under 30 minutes, and as far as Aberdeenshire in the North.
The M90, 3 minutes from the development, runs from junction 1a of the M9 to Perth, while allowing connections to the M8 in under 9 minutes. From here, Glasgow can be reached in one hour and 40 minutes, alongside the large towns of Airdrie, Coatbridge, Greenock, Livingston and Paisley.
South Queensferry is served by Dalmeny railway station, situated less than one mile away.
An excellent choice for families, these new homes in South Queensferry are served by a number of well-regarded schools to suit learners of all ages, such as the popular Queensferry Primary School within walking distance of the development,
Older children are also well-catered for, with a range of quality secondary schools within easy travelling distance of the development. Lochinvar Gardens is excellently located for those pursuing further education. The notable Heriot-Watt University is only a 15 minute drive from the development, while the University of Edinburgh, holding an international reputation for excellence, is just over 30 minutes away by car.
As a former Royal Burgh, South Queensferry is blessed with a fascinating history, remnants of which can be seen in the unique architecture of the churches, piers, harbours and narrow cobbled high street of this attractive seaside town.
Queensferry Museum, only one mile away from the development, promises a thorough exploration of the town’s local history, allowing visitors to trace the heritage of South Queensferry and neighbouring Dalmeny through the ages.
For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, the fascinating Inchcolm Abbey is only 5 minutes away from the development by car. As the best preserved Monastic building in Scotland, the abbey provides an enlightening day out, complete with elegant gardens and breath-taking views from the upper floor.
Further afield in the inspiring city of Edinburgh, residents can expect an annual calendar of exciting events, with the Edinburgh Art Festival, the International Film Festival and the renowned comedy Fringe Festival amongst them.
While in Edinburgh, the iconic Arthur’s Seat is a dormant volcano reaching 251m above sea level, it provides a picturesque escape from the urban lifestyle of the city, in a landscape largely unchanged since the 16th Century.
Retail options are abundant in Edinburgh, with an impressive mix of high-street, designer and independent outlets, typical of a world-class capital city. For luxury brands and chic designer outlets, Multrees Walk and Georges Street are less than 10 miles from the development, while the popular Princes Street promises affordable high-street fashion and quality seasonal markets.
Famed for its Georgian buildings and traditional cobbled streets, the bustling West End is a one minute walk from Princes Street, housing independent boutiques and specialist coffee shops, all within a charming village atmosphere.
South Queensferry itself boasts good local amenities and quaint independent gift stores, all within convenient reach of Lochinvar Gardens.
Maintaining Edinburgh’s traditional charm, there are many tea rooms, pavement cafés and long-established pubs perfect for quiet afternoon refreshments. Alternatively, it is common to find art shows and live music performances in the many stylish bars and bistros of New Town.
The Sheep Heid Inn, thought to be Edinburgh’s oldest pub, has been serving patrons quality food and drinks for over 6 centuries. Boasting a wine club and a fixed price menu, along with an open fire and vintage furnishings, The Sheep Heid Inn promises a charming dining experience in traditional and relaxed surrounds.
Edinburgh is well-known for the quality and variety of its restaurant circuit. Boasting five Michelin star restaurants, each with a unique flair on excellent food, Scotland’s capital city continues to delight diners from all over the world.
The Castle Terrace, the latest restaurant in Edinburgh to be awarded the prestigious Michelin star, combines locally sourced ingredients with French cooking techniques to deliver an unrivalled take on British cuisine.
With quality eateries nestled within converted Georgian Townhouses, inside traditional gardener’s cottages and beneath the famous Edinburgh castle, visitors will never bore of the culinary options in this cosmopolitan city.
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