Housebuilder Cruden Homes has commenced construction at two new developments in East Lothian.
Abbey Gardens at Old Craighall near Musselburgh will comprise 32 properties for sale, in a mix of four-bedroom semi-detached and detached family homes and two-bedroom cottage flats along with 12 affordable homes in a mix of one and two-bedroom cottage flats. All the property styles have been designed exclusively for the location.
Heading east along the coast to Aberlady, Cruden Homes has also commenced construction at Meadowside, a new residential development located to the west of the village.
Meadowside will comprise 81 properties for sale in a mix of three, four and five-bedroom homes along with 26 affordable homes in a mix of one and two- bedroom cottage flats and two and three-bedroom terraced and semi-detached houses, again all designed exclusively for the location, with open green space and linkages to the existing village and beyond.
A new junction through the site to connect Kirk Road with the A198 will minimise the disruption to protected trees located along the roadside boundary, which are an important part of the character of the coastal route and the western approach to Aberlady.
Hazel Davies, sales and marketing director of Cruden Homes, said: “Cruden Homes has a long and established history in East Lothian and we are absolutely delighted to be now underway at two new developments in this hugely popular location. East Lothian is not only a great place to visit, it’s a great place to live and work and we are in no doubt both our new developments at Old Craighall and Aberlady will be very popular with homebuyers.”