New homes in Scotland
If you’re looking for a rural retreat or city living, Scotland has it all. The coastal towns of Portobello and Aberdeen retain their timeless charm, while Edinburgh and Glasgow offer a vibrant pace of life. Living in Scotland promises a host of spectacular landscapes on your doorstep, so don’t miss out on our latest developments below.
Scotland property marketScotland’s property market is flourishing and ever-changing, with various properties to cater for all lifestyles and budgets. Despite house prices increasing over recent years, particularly around the Central Belt region, buying in the country remains affordable.
Whether you’re in the haunt of semi- and detached properties surrounded by nature or city-centre flats to enjoy the wide range of attractions, our collection of modern housing offers the best of both worlds.
If you buy your first home with Barratt, you could also be eligible for one of our great offers.
Deposit UnlockAvailable exclusively on selected brand-new homes, Deposit Unlock enables first-time buyers and existing homeowners to purchase their dream property with just a 5% deposit. This gives you access to low mortgage rates and competitive interest rates.
Places of interest
Gifted with endless delights, there is never a dull moment in Scotland. Known for its sprawling Highlands, vast national nature reserves such as Creag Meagaidh and Lochmond, and magnificent swathes of unspoilt countryside – the country offers great outdoors.
If you want to explore the artistic and cultural heritage of this unique land, the Scottish capital and its neighbouring powerhouse are an excellent starting point. A visit to Edinburgh Castle is a must for tracing back the history of the city, together with the National Museum of Scotland. And if you’re an art-enthusiast, be sure to visit the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Glasgow also showcases an invaluable artistic scene with its Kelvingrove Art Gallery and St Mungo Museum.
In search of unrivalled natural scenery? Sit tight – there is plenty to unfold here. From the Isle of Sky and the Inner Hebrides, Fort William and Britain’s tallest mountain – Ben Nevis, Inverness and the Isle of Arran – Scotland provides endless opportunities for picture-perfect landscapes.
ScotRail is the leading rail network, with the East Coast and the West Coast lines linking the Scottish hotspots to England. London North Eastern Railway runs through Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness to London, while Abellio ScotRail operates domestic services.
As for motorways, the M8 runs from Glasgow and the Scottish capital. Other major ones are the M9, the M80, and the A74 (M) to the North West of England.
Scotland is also home to five international airports, with Edinburgh Airport offering the widest range of routes. Aberdeen hosts the world’s busiest civilian heliport.