New Homes in Dalgety Bay
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Live the life
Located near Edinburgh close to the Firth of Forth, the town of Dalgety Bay is a popular place for commuters to settle, offering the best of both rural and urban living. Whether you’re walking along the coast, visiting historic sites or taking the kids to the park, there’s no shortage of things to see and do close to your new home in Dalgety Bay.
Things to see and do
For days out with the family, there are lots of kid-friendly attractions close to Dalgety Bay, including Edinburgh Zoo, Deep Sea World aquarium and Boness and Kinneil Railway. If you enjoy exploring the great outdoors, you can go for a walk in Lochore Meadows Country Park, take in the fresh sea air at Aberdour Silver Sands or spend an afternoon at Pittencrieff Park.
If you’re interested in local history, Dalgety Bay is close to the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, North Queensferry Harbour Light Tower and Dunfermline Palace and Abbey. Other places of interest include Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline, Hopetoun House near Edinburgh, Boness Motor Museum and Lauriston Castle and Gardens.
If you have school-age children, it’s good to know there are a number of schools to choose from in the local area including Dalgety Bay Primary School, Donibristle Primary School, Inverkeithing High School and St Columba’s High School.
For degree-level education, the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University and the University of St Andrews are all within commuting distance of Dalgety Bay, so you won’t have to travel far to study at a top-rated institution.
Getting to Dalgety Bay
If you’re commuting to work or travelling to see family and friends, it’s easy to travel by road and rail from Dalgety Bay, with regular train services from the local station and the M90 nearby. For air travel, Edinburgh Airport is only a 20 minute drive away from the town.
Dalgety Bay is a 30 minute train journey or 35 minute drive from Edinburgh, while the journey from Perth takes 35 minutes by car, and the drive from Stirling takes 45 minutes on average. The town is one hour from Glasgow by car or one hour 30 minutes away by train.