Plot 58 Victoria, Highfield Park at the Drum, EH51 9RL


4 bedroom detached house
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4 Qty-bedrooms
From £469,000

A fabulous 4/5 bed detached villa with integral double garage…

The Victoria boasts a spacious open plan kitchen with adjoining utility room, dining/family room with bi-fold doors leading to rear garden, cloakroom and front facing lounge. Upstairs comprises of main bedroom with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe, bedroom two also has an en-suite and fitted wardrobe, there are 3 further bedrooms with bedroom 5 able to convert to an office/library. The Victoria benefits from raised ceiling heights, internal grey woodgrain and finished doors.

Home description

Double garage
Large open plan kitchen/family/dining room
Utility room
Bifold doors to garden from family/dining area
Study/library/bedroom 5
Juliette balcony and walk-in wardrobe to bedroom 1
Fitted wardrobes to bedrooms 1, 2 & 3
Raised ceiling heights
Grey wood grain finish internal doors

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4 Qty-bedrooms
Properties from £237,500

Highfield Park at the Drum

Bo'ness
EH51 9RL

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A new development to Bo’ness, Highfield Park at the Drum offers a unique mix of exciting new and opulent property styles, each one designed to deliver a higher quality specification and distinctive exterior finish from the impressive front door entrance to the fully fitted and designed kitchen plus the spacious lounge and bedrooms. Included as standard with some of these stunning 3 and 4 bedroom homes you will find galleried entrance halls, walk-in wardrobes, bi-fold doors opening to rear garden, Juliette balconies, walk out balconies and higher ceilings in some of the larger properties.

Current availability includes the 3 bedroom semi detached villa (CARRIDEN) and the 4 bedroom detached villa (STEWART), priced from £237,500. 

This premier development also benefits from spectacular views across the River Forth – perfect for relaxing with the calming spanse of the Scottish waterway. Bo’ness itself is a beautiful coastal town nestled on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, the actual town’s name dates back to the 1400s and was known as Borrowstounness. However, this was later shortened to Bo’ness.

There are many attractions in the town including the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway, Kinneil House and the cottage where James Watt worked on his steam engine. Bo’ness is also home to the oldest picture house in Scotland, the Hippodrome Cinema, which has been recently refurbished. Today, Bo’ness is primarily a commuter town, only 18 miles from Edinburgh and 6 miles from Falkirk with excellent road and rail links to all other areas.

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