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Lochinvar Gardens by Bellway Homes Ltd

Off Kirkliston Road, South Queensferry, EH30 9QZ

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Lochinvar Gardens - An attractive new development

These attractive 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in Edinburgh benefit from a prime location in the historic town of South Queensferry, boasting excellent transport connections to the world-class attractions of Scotland’s capital city.

All properties in Lochinvar Gardens benefit from a high level of specification throughout, including stylish Zanussi kitchen appliances, with a further range of fixtures and fittings available for purchase through our Additions programme. The 1 and 2-bed apartments are complete with convenient integrated appliances and benefit from controlled door entry.

These new homes in South Queensferry are ideally located for access to the cosmopolitan city of Edinburgh, where the traditional Scottish heritage of Old Town contrasts well with the stylish urban amenities of the city. With this vibrant capital city only 10 miles away, residents of Lochinvar Gardens are well-placed to take advantage of the plentiful leisure, dining and retail options promised at the heart of Scotland.

In keeping with Edinburgh’s cultural heritage, there is an abundance of inspiring leisure pursuits in the vicinity. The notable Museum of Scotland, which boasts compelling interactive displays and over 800 artefacts from around the globe, is one of many popular museums in the city. Home to the world's largest book festival, the iconic Edinburgh castle, and spectacular hill-walking routes to the peak of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh is a city which provides attractions for visitors of any age.

Families are well catered for in the area, with a range of well-regarded schools covering infant to higher education. For those pursuing further study, the popular Heriot-Watt University is only a 16 minute drive from the development, while the University of Edinburgh, which holds an international reputation for excellence, is just over 30 minutes away by car.
  1. 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in Edinburgh
  2. High level of specification throughout
  3. Excellent transport connections
  4. Landscaped gardens



Off Kirkliston Road, South Queensferry, EH30 9QZ

Opening hours

Thurs 11-7pm, Fri & Monday 09:30-5:30pm, Sat & Sun 10-5:30pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

As a former Royal Burgh, South Queensferry is blessed with a fascinating history, remnants of which can be seen in the unique architecture of the churches, piers, harbours and narrow cobbled high street of this attractive seaside town.

Queensferry Museum, only one mile away from the development, promises a thorough exploration of the town’s local history, allowing visitors to trace the heritage of South Queensferry and neighbouring Dalmeny through the ages.

For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, the fascinating Inchcolm Abbey is only 5 minutes away from the development by car. As the best preserved Monastic building in Scotland, the abbey provides an enlightening day out, complete with elegant gardens and breath-taking views from the upper floor.

Further afield in the inspiring city of Edinburgh, residents of these new homes in South Queensferry can enjoy one of cultural capitals of the world. Known as the leading festival city, Edinburgh hosts an annual calendar of exciting events, with the Edinburgh Art Festival, the International Film Festival and the renowned comedy Fringe Festival amongst them.

While in Edinburgh, the iconic Arthur’s Seat is a popular location for hill-walkers of all abilities. A dormant volcano reaching 251m above sea level, it provides a picturesque escape from the urban lifestyle of the city, in a landscape largely unchanged since the 16th Century. Whether taking the low-level paths for amateur walkers, or the adventurous route for those more experienced, all visitors to the peak of Arthur’s seat will be greeted with breath-taking panoramic views of Edinburgh.

For other sporting pursuits, the impressive Meadows Park is a vast greenspace which accommodates croquet, tennis, golf, archery and other recreational sports on its various pitches, courts, playgrounds and open turf. The park is host to a range of organised events, such as charity runs, festivals and sports days but is also frequented by those enjoying a picnic or leisurely stroll through the attractive tree-lined walkways.

Maintaining Edinburgh’s traditional charm, there are many tea rooms, pavement cafés and long-established pubs perfect for quiet afternoon refreshments. Alternatively, it is common to find art shows and live music performances in the many stylish bars and bistros of New Town.

For casual dining, the city offers plentiful bars and public houses, promising perfectly-cooked, well-sourced food, complimented by quality local ales and speciality wines. The Sheep Heid Inn, thought to be Edinburgh’s oldest pub, has been serving patrons quality food and drinks for over 6 centuries. Boasting a wine club and a fixed price menu, along with an open fire and vintage furnishings, The Sheep Heid Inn promises a charming dining experience in traditional and relaxed surrounds.

Edinburgh is well-known for the quality and variety of its restaurant circuit. Boasting five Michelin star restaurants, each with a unique flair on excellent food, Scotland’s capital city continues to delight diners from all over the world.

The Castle Terrace, the latest restaurant in Edinburgh to be awarded the prestigious Michelin star, combines locally sourced ingredients with French cooking techniques to deliver an unrivalled take on British cuisine.

With quality eateries nestled within converted Georgian Townhouses, inside traditional gardener’s cottages and beneath the famous Edinburgh castle, visitors will never bore of the culinary options in this cosmopolitan city.

Local Shopping

Retail options are abundant in Edinburgh, with an impressive mix of high-street, designer and independent outlets, typical of a world-class capital city.

For luxury brands and chic designer outlets, Multrees Walk and Georges Street are less than 10 miles from the development, while the popular Princes Street promises affordable high-street fashion and quality seasonal markets.

Famed for its Georgian buildings and traditional cobbled streets, the bustling West End is a one minute walk from Princes Street, housing independent boutiques and specialist coffee shops, all within a charming village atmosphere.

South Queensferry itself boasts good local amenities and quaint independent gift stores, all within convenient reach of Lochinvar Gardens.


An excellent choice for growing and mature families, these new homes in South Queensferry are served by a number of well-regarded schools to suit learners of all ages. The popular Queensferry Primary School is within walking distance of the development, while Echline, St. Margarets and Dalmeny are all highly-regarded primary schools within a 3 mile radius.

Older children are also well-catered for, with a range of quality secondary schools within easy travelling distance of the development. The well-performing Queensferry High School is less than 5 minutes away by car, while Clifton Hall, Broxburn Academy and Craigmount High are all popular schools within a 20 minute drive.

Lochinvar Gardens is excellently located for those pursuing further education. The notable Heriot-Watt University, recognised for its contribution to UK business and industry, is only a 15 minute walk from the development, while the University of Edinburgh, holding an international reputation for excellence, is just over 30 minutes away by car.

Transport Links

Lochinvar Gardens is excellently located for access to both the motorway network and more local road links. The B800, provides a useful connection to the A90 in under 2 minutes, which allows travel to Edinburgh in under 30 minutes, and as far as Aberdeenshire in the North.

The M90, 3 minutes from the development, runs from junction 1a of the M9 to Perth, while allowing connections to the M8 in under 9 minutes. From here, Glasgow can be reached in one hour and 40 minutes, alongside the large towns of Airdrie, Coatbridge, Greenock, Livingston and Paisley.

South Queensferry is served by Dalmeny railway station, situated less than one mile away, which provides regular trains to Edinburgh in around 20 minutes. From here, passengers will find connections to Edinburgh Waverley railway station for travel to cities across the UK, including York, Leeds, Sheffield, Derby, Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Dalmeny (0.7 miles)
National Train Station logo North Queensferry (2.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Inverkeithing (3.6 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



• Granite or silestone worktops
• Integrated appliances
• Built-under double oven (where applicable)
• Stainless steel appliances
• Fridge/freezer
• Dishwasher
• Wine cooler
• Washing machine
• Under-unit lighting

• Choose from carpets, vinyl or ceramic

• Full and half-height tiling
• Comprehensive upgrade options

• Heated towel rail
• Electric shower

• Intruder alarms

• Additional sockets
• Additional switches
• Chrome sockets
• Chrome switches
• Shaver socket
• Recessed lighting
• BT and TV points

• Landscaped gardens
• Fencing to rear garden
• Wardrobes
• White paint finish
• Glazed internal doors
• Full height mirrors over tiled areas
• Decorative glazing to front door

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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