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New Homes in Winchburgh, West Lothian

Discover new build homes and apartments for sale near Winchburgh, West Lothian here.
  • Caisteal Gardens

    Caisteal Gardens

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

Live the Winchburgh life


A small village with plenty of appeal if you’re looking to settle in the Central Belt of Scotland, Winchburgh is a great place to buy a new home. And thanks to the programs you’ll find on our latest offers page, buying your property with us couldn’t be easier. Our Part Exchange scheme is just one of these and could see us act as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home, allowing you to move with the minimum of fuss. 


Things to see and do in Winchburgh


Winchburgh is only a few miles south of the Firth of Forth’s southern bank, meaning you can enjoy stunning walks in the shadow of historic landmarks such as Midhope Castle and Blackness Castle. Meanwhile, Niddry Castle is right on the edge of town and next to a golf club which bears the same name. 


From horse riding centres to bird watching areas and walks along the Union Canal, this is a great place to live if you love spending time outdoors. Particularly with the Pentland Hills and Scottish Lowlands just a short journey to the south. When you want to enjoy some culture or a night out, the beautiful city of Edinburgh is within striking distance too. 


Education


If you’ve a family to think of or are planning to start one, you’ll be pleased to know there are two primary schools in the village. These are Glendevon Park’s Winchburgh Primary and Holy Family Primary, which is a Roman Catholic school. Broxburn Academy is the most popular secondary choice for kids in the village, while Queensferry Community High is another local option. 


Winchburgh transport links


Winchburgh is conveniently located for both the M8 and M9 motorways, although it’s usually best to use the A90 to drive into Edinburgh. This is a journey of around 25 minutes, while it’s 40 minutes to Glasgow in the opposite direction. Livingston is only 15 minutes away in the car, while neighbouring Uphall is home to the nearest train station to Winchburgh. 


The Winchburgh property scene


As a small village, property can be in short supply on the local market. It’s always a good idea to move quickly if you want to buy a home in Winchburgh, especially if you’re interested in our new developments like Caisteal Gardens. To put yourself in the best possible position, take a look at our offers page to view all schemes available to help you move and give us a call today to arrange an appointment.