Longniddry housing development goes back to the future
October 14 2020
Cruden Homes has launched a Knockroon-inspired traditionally-styled housing development at Longniddry, East Lothian, which delivers a variety of properties reminiscent of the Georgian and Victorian era.
Adhering to principles set out by the Princes Foundation house styles include a mix of coach houses, bungalows and villas with garages and parking spaces positioned out of sight along rear access lanes.
Intended to evoke an archetypical East Lothian burgh and village the development will offer residents a range of amenities including a primary school, restored mill pond, community orchard and a wildflower meadow. A new village green will also be created with bird and bat boxes installed throughout to help establish a wildlife corridor along Braid's Burn.
Hazel Davies, sales and marketing director of Cruden Homes (East), commented: “Longniddry Village is a very special development in one of the most attractive locations and these traditionally designed and carefully crafted new homes will encapsulate classic village living beautifully."
The first homes of the 450-home masterplan, developed by Socially Conscious Capital and Taylor Architecture & Urbanism, are scheduled to complete by spring next year.
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