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Buyers in search of quality new properties should look to the beautiful Scottish town of Peebles.

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  • Peebles in Tweeddale in the Scottish Borders benefits from being only 23 miles south of cultural hub Edinburgh. The beautiful town, known for its historical sites and winding river Tweed, has much to offer in the way of shopping, sports and leisure pursuits.

    In 2005, a study ranked Peebles as the best town in Scotland and the second best overall in the UK for its huge range of independent shops and the homely charm that attracts tourists from all over the world during the summer.

    Those seeking the perfect home in which to bring up a young family in proximity of the city and the country will find the luxury Forest Park development ideal.

    The picturesque site, is tucked away in the Tweed Valley, in between Glen Crescent and the exclusive Bonnington Road area in Peebles.

    CALA is currently offering Part Exchange on the five and four bedroom detached properties on the new development.

    Two new homes, Rowanlea and Scott, come with carpets, curtains, light fittings, turf, stamp duty paid and £15,000 cashback for a February reservation.

    There is ample space for the busiest of families in the latter, with its five bedrooms, study and separate dressing area off the master bedroom. The house is designed for flexible living with its three social spaces, including a family room, a dining room and a living room.

    Rowanlea, which has won awards for its design, is perfect for the young family. In addition to four bedrooms, an open plan kitchen/family room, separate dining room and living room, it also boasts a private study and a double garage.

    All homes on the development enjoy an outstanding level of finish, with high technology plumbing and heating and excellently designed Kelvins kitchens with Siemens appliances.ADNFCR-1100-ID-19590344-ADNFCR

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