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[Edited] ...The Town Where We Live ...

Tick all the boxes with a new home in Prestonpans
[edited without Redrow's permission to include some more of the real benefits of staying in The Pans]

Homehunters really can have it all at The Potteries @ Prestonpans, which offers a wide range of Redrow homes in a stunning location. First-time buyers, young professionals, couples and families will all find what they are looking for at the development, set on the outskirts of the ever-popular community.

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Diana Newton, sales director for Redrow Homes (Scotland) says: “The Potteries ticks all the boxes, giving homehunters the chance to take advantage of the beautiful surroundings of the historic town of Prestonpans without compromising on a central location.

“The vibrant and cultural city of Edinburgh is just 10 miles away, ideal for commuters, and offering a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants.”

Two-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom houses are on offer at The Potteries. Apartment prices start at £135,995 for the two-bedroom Argal, with single parking space. Ideal for people starting out on the property ladder or downsizers looking for a low-maintenance lifestyle, it offers open plan living and features an en-suite.

A range of three bedroom houses are available, starting with the Fairwood, priced from £172,995.

The Lambourne, has its living space cleverly arranged over three floors and has many attractions This three-bedroom house, on offer from £194,000, features a bedroom and en-suite, set in the roof area of the property, creating a sumptuous master suite in a ready-made loft conversion.

And for growing families, looking for a spacious home to accommodate all of their needs, four-bedroom houses are available from £242,995, with features including utility and breakfast areas off the kitchens, separate dining rooms, downstairs cloakrooms and en-suites.

All properties have parking facilities, some offering a parking space, while others feature either an integral or detached garage.

Diana [could have] added: "The Potteries is conveniently situated for the A1 motorway, offering easy access to Edinburgh and there are regular bus and railway links to the city with Prestonpans railway station within walking distance of the development. Close by however Prestonpans has its own High Street shopping and three supermarkets, pubs and restaurants. The Fort Kinnard Shopping Centre four miles along the A1 also offers a great range of retailing.

The Potteries gives plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, with its close proximity to the Royal Musselburgh Golf Club and Musselburgh Race Course, and to the Forth coastline, offering fabulous scenic walks including the John Muir Way. Prestonpans is of course also Scotland's premier historical mural town with more than 40 murals telling the town's 1000 year history and a regular Arts Festival."

It's certainly a great deal more than a commuter home; staying in The Potteries is a chance to join a proud and vibrant community too with excellent schools, outstanding swimming and outdoor sporting facilities and every manner of local club.

edited by The Prestoungrange Arts Festival!

Published Date: March 6th 2008

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