Hamilton Gardens by Scotia Homes

Duffus Road, Elgin, IV30

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You’ll value the quality of living at Hamilton Gardens.

Hamilton Gardens is only two miles from the main shopping area, train station and bus station, all of which provide efficient links to Aberdeen and Inverness city centres and airports.

Hamilton Gardens has been designed to make your life as easy as possible, with a well thought out street design which ensures you can get around with ease, on foot or by car. While a bus stop along Duffus Road links the development to the wider town centre and beyond.

Scenic drives both east and west of the town will soon lead you to Aberdeen and Inverness, providing opportunities on the way to stop off at the many worthwhile properties, eateries and shops on your way.

Bordering onto open countryside, to the north-west of the town, this exclusive development is only two miles from the main shopping area and train station, with efficient links to Aberdeen and Inverness. The area around Elgin enjoys its own unique microclimate. With the warm air of the Gulf Stream, the weather here is one of the warmest and driest in Scotland.

As a former cathedral city, Elgin enjoys a rich history dating back to approximately 1190AD. Elgin cathedral is one of Scotland's most beautiful and medieval buildings, dating back to the 13th century.
  1. Bordering onto open countryside
  2. Efficient links to Aberdeen and Inverness
  3. Two miles from the main shopping area
  4. Scenic drives both east and west of the town



Duffus Road, Elgin, IV30

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Naturally, Elgin and its surrounding area boasts a vast array of outdoors activities, from canoeing, kayaking and fishing on the River Spey, to a great selection of woodland walks and cycles.

The Moray Leisure Centre is also a popular destination for those who like to stay fit, with a swimming pool, ice rink, gym and numerous classes available for children and adults alike, staying active is made easy.

With the Highlands and the Cairngorm National park just a short drive away, everything you could ask for in terms of wildlife, winter sports and mountaineering are on offer, all set against stunning backdrops and breathtaking landscapes.

Elgin is close to the quiet unspoilt sands of the Moray Coast, with its sailing and wildlife-spotting opportunities. The spectacular beaches of Lossiemouth, Findhorn and Nairn are also just a short drive away. Whisky also plays a large part in Elgin's appeal, with more malt whisky distilleries situated here than anywhere else in the world, the closest to Hamilton Gardens being

Local Shopping

With Elgin High Street just two miles away, the St Giles shopping centre is within easy reach, as well as larger outlets such as Marks and Spencer and Tesco. There are also a number of locally run shops, providing a wide and interesting range of quality goods, restaurants and cafes, all backed by warm and welcoming service.

And of course the world famous Johnstons of Elgin lies slightly further to the east of the town beside the Cathedral, where you can peruse their beautiful collection of luxury country and home ware, as well as treating yourself to a coffee or a lunch out.


With a population of around 23,000, education for the residents of Elgin is well catered for, with six primary schools and two secondary schools within the town, as well as Moray College which provides a wide range of courses for all.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Elgin (1.0 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

At Scotia, we really like to know what people want. How do we do that? We talk to people.

We’ll talk to you about the sort of home and type of area you want to live in and give you the opportunity to personalise your chosen home to suit your taste.

At Scotia, we build communities as well as homes, researching the character of each place and exploring the environmental, cultural and historical attributes and patterns that have evolved in the region over time. The result is designs that have a strong sense of place, incorporating a rich interplay of streets, public spaces and architecture. This creates a community offering a wide range of daily activities amid beautiful settings: a community you can love and be proud to call home. These attractive and diverse environments continue to be sustainable and flexible for generations to come.

With the future in mind, Scotia highly values the inclusion of energy and money-saving features such as condensing boilers, communal boilers, air-source heat pumps and energy-efficient building materials.
In line with The Scottish Government’s commitment to improving Scotland’s sustainability, issues such as traffic use are also at the top of our agenda.

Scotia has gained an enviable reputation and won many design awards, as well as support from The Scottish Government and local authorities by offering a wide range of properties, built to the highest standards in a variety of locations.

All purchases are supported by the Scotia Charter: our commitment to ensuring that every stage of buying and settling into your new home is as effortless and pleasurable for you as possible.

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