Avant Homes releases final eight homes for sale on second phase at development in Penicuik

09/10/2023
Final homes for sale - streetscene of Avant Homes East Scotland's Carnethy Heights development

EDINBURGH-based housebuilder Avant Homes East Scotland has released the final eight homes for sale on phase two at Carnethy Heights development, in Penicuik. 

Located just 10 miles South of Edinburgh in the town of Penicuik, Midlothian the development provides great transport links into the capital as well as local restaurants, shops and cafes within walking distance.

All remaining homes at the development are three and four-bedroom properties with prices starting from £282,995 for a semi-detached Hamilton housetype and £484,995 for a detached Westbury.

Selected homes at Carnethy Heights are available with a package deal offer worth £25,000, which includes a £3,000 mortgage subsidy, LBTT paid, £1,500 paid towards legal fees, flooring throughout the home and turf on the rear garden. Part Exchange offers are also available at the development.

There are only a few Westbury homes remaining at the development, which features four generous double bedrooms, a large designer kitchen, integrated appliances and French doors opening to the rear garden. The property also boasts a double garage, a separate utility room and an open-plan dining and living area.

Avant Homes East Scotland sales and marketing director, Lisa Archibald, said: “We’ve had a lot of enquiries at our Carnethy Heights development since we launched and anticipate that the final eight homes on this current phase will prove popular with prospective buyers. 

“We have part exchange on selected homes, so if you are looking to sell your existing property, let us know and we can see if you are eligible for the offer. 

“We are encouraging our customers looking for a new home to get in touch with our sales team as soon as possible to avoid missing out on homes at this fantastic development.” 

For more information on the development, search ‘Avant Homes Carnethy Heights’.

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