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New Homes in East Calder, West Lothian

Find new build homes for sale in East Calder, West Lothian from our list of developments below

  • Harwood Park

    Harwood Park

    Limefields, Livingston, EH55 8QN
    • 3 bedroom
    • From £231,995
  • Caisteal Gardens

    Caisteal Gardens

    Seton Crescent, Winchburgh, EH52 6FQ
    • 3 and 4 bedroom

Live the East Calder life


A village that makes it easy to access all the best that Scotland’s Central Belt offers, you can look forward to a wonderful way of life in East Calder. And thanks to schemes like Part Exchange, getting a new home could be closer than you think.

 

Things to see and do in East Calder


This is a great place to live if you love to spend your free time exploring outdoors. With the Scottish Lowlands and Pentland Hills close by, you can also stride out to Almondell and Calderwood Country Park right on the edge of the village. Meanwhile, Jupiter Artland is an inspiring contemporary sculpture park close to the heart of the village, set into the grounds of the historic Bonnington House. 


There’s lots more culture on offer in nearby Edinburgh, while there’s plenty going on in neighbouring Livingston too. And with the coast not far north and a collection of reservoirs just to the south, there are lots of opportunities for family days by the seaside or for scenic walks and bike rides. 


Education


The village has two primary schools for families with young children to choose between. East Calder Primary is on Langton Road, while St Paul’s Primary is on Main Street. The James Young High School, St Margaret’s Academy and Inveralmond Community High School are three of the secondaries closest to the village. 


East Calder transport links


The A71 road runs to the south of East Calder, which you can use to drive into Edinburgh in half an hour. The village is also close to the M8, meaning you can drive over to Glasgow in just 40 minutes, despite the journey being more than 20 miles longer. Kirknewton train station is close to the heart of East Calder and offers services to Edinburgh which take around 20 minutes, which is the same amount of time it takes if you catch the train from neighbouring Livingston. 


The East Calder property scene


East Calder is a desirable place to live and has a strong property market. There’s usually competition for houses in this area, so you’ll have to be quick if you want to set up home in one of our new build houses a few miles from the village at Harwood Park. 


With extra options just north of the village in the Winchburgh area, you could also benefit from offers like our Movemaker scheme when you buy your new home through us.