Hopefield View by Stewart Milne Homes

Off Burnbrae Road, Bonnyrigg, EH19

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Hopefield View by Stewart Milne Homes, Off Burnbrae Road,


Nestled in the Midlothian countryside with Edinburgh a short distance away, Hopefield View is the perfect location to enjoy the best of both worlds - the peace and outdoor life that the countryside offers alongside the benefits of city life is a perfect match.
And if values like space, the open air, a friendly local community and rewarding pace of life also matter to you, it’s the perfect spot.

With views of the historical Cockpen Church and surrounding countryside, Hopefield View offers a tranquil setting to come home to. There is something nearby to suit every family member, from the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh, to the rolling countryside of Midlothian with its medieval castles and the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel.

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At Hopefield View, we’ve created eleven different styles of home in the first phase of this development from which to choose.
We hope you enjoy choosing the home for you. If you want to know more about any of the properties, or enquire about availability, please get in touch.
All our homes are built to the highest standards with the greatest attention to detail and finish. The following will provide you with a summary of the specification you can expect in your new home. If you have any queries or if we can help in any way, just let us know.

Internal specification


Choice of contemporary kitchens, where you can choose from a wide selection of kitchen door styles, handle types and worktops. All of the homes include stainless steel oven, hob, hood with a number of house styles also offering integrated fridge-freezer and a selection also including integrated dishwasher and built in microwave.


Light airy bedrooms, all master bedrooms offer either the luxury of walk-in wardrobes, or a fitted wardrobe.

En-suite shower rooms

Almost all master bedrooms offer ensuite facilities with contemporary sanitary ware and your choice of co-ordinating tiling and fitted vanity furniture.


White panel pass doors with chrome ironmongery.
Central heating and energy efficiency
High efficiency gas central heating system, with thermostatic radiators to enable you to control the temperature of your home.

Feature light to front and rear external doors. Under-unit tri-lighting to kitchen. BT and TV point to lounge and master bedroom. BT point to study where applicable.

Internal finishes and decoration

Painted magnolia walls, with white ceilings. Internal doors, window sills, skirtings and architraves finished in white gloss.


White PVCu windows, double-glazed with obscure glass to bathroom, ensuite and WC.

Fire safety

Electrical mains wired smoke detectors with battery back up to all floors.

External specification


Front and rear reinforced panelled doors with three point locking and chrome ironmongery.


Up and over white garage doors, lighting and power to the garage.


Turfed front garden, with planted areas as shown on landscape layout.

Driveway and paths

Mono blocked driveways, with precast concrete slab pathways and patio.


There are allocated factors to Hopefield View and to the Hopefield development as a whole, with monthly maintenance fees to both.

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Leisure facilities

Bonnyrigg is a vibrant town offering you all the day-to-day amenities you’ll need within a friendly local community.

The wider area is steeped in history and offers a range of exciting activities to suit everyone, from walking in the countryside and exploring historical castles to dry-slope skiing and great nights out.

For children and adults alike there is a selection of activities close by. Bonnyrigg itself offers a gym and a large leisure pool and flumes for the big kids. Edinburgh’s Butterfly and Insect World is close by and the Scottish Mining Museum offers an educational day out. Immerse your family in the history of Scotland with a variety of medieval castles including Dalhousie Castle and Borthwich Castle, as well as the most famous, Rosslyn Chapel.

Leisure is at the heart of living in Bonnyrigg. Locally you can enjoy an indoor swimming pool with flumes, sauna and spa pool as well as a soft play area. Straiton Pond is the area’s local nature reserve and the Butterfly and Insect World close by is a great chance for children to experience animals first hand with animal handling and fish feeding. The Scottish Mining Museum is a 5-star attraction and is one of the finest surviving examples of a Victorian colliery in Europe.

For more entertainment and leisure, Edinburgh offers more choices than you could wish for with its selection of theatres, restaurants, cafes, shops and bars as well as the world famous Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and Hogmanay Street party.

Local shopping

Just eight miles away and you’re in the centre of Edinburgh with all the superb facilities of this festival city to enjoy. From Edinburgh Castle to theatres and a fabulous selection of shops, restaurants and nightlife, there’s something here to suit everyone.

Bonnyrigg itself offers an array of local stores including a chemist, bank and hairdressers.

Just a few miles away, there is a large Tesco supermarket to cater for your weekly grocery shopping and just six miles away, Straiton Retail Park has a number of stores including Marks & Spencer Food, Boots the Chemist and Next.

Schools and education

Bonnyrigg has its own primary school, and there are other primary schools and secondary schools within two miles.

Nearest schools:

  • Bonnyrigg Primary School (0.1 miles) 
  • St Mary's Primary School (0.4 miles) 
  • Lasswade Primary School (0.5 miles) 

Transport links

Public transport is close by in Newcraighall just six miles from Hopefield View, and with trains twice an hour to Edinburgh, you can be in the city in just ten minutes. There is a convenient bus link to the city from the centre of Bonnyrigg offering buses every ten minutes during peak travel times. If you’re travelling further afield, Edinburgh airport is only 15 miles away.

Bonnyrigg has all the amenities of a local town, and the A7 gives easy access to the city bypass taking you to Edinburgh and beyond.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Newcraighall (4.2 miles)
National Train Station logo Musselburgh (4.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Brunstane (4.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements

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Opening hours

Our Marketing Suite is open from Thursday to Monday, from 10.30am-5.30pm.

However, if that’s not convenient for you, we’re happy to open or arrange an appointment at a time to suit you – just let us know.

Please call us for more information or to make an appointment:

Tel: 0843 315 6165

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There are many things that count in your ideal home: location, design, space, luxury, elegance and quality of life. At Stewart Milne Homes each of these factors receives our scrupulous attention. Especially the one that counts most of all - You.

Since it was founded in Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland in 1975, the Company has grown to be one of the UK's leading privately owned house builders. Today its commitment to enterprise and innovation, matched with traditional values for quality service, is recognised in locations as far ranging as Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Wigan.

The company has won top building and design awards, being acclaimed by the NHBC and the UK Property Awards committees. Whether your choice is a luxury city apartment or a prestigious five-bedroom villa, when you buy a Stewart Milne home, you choose a commitment to excellence

We’re one of the UK’s leading independent homebuilding, construction and development companies.

We never forget: a home isn’t just where you live, it’s how you live. With a reputation for innovation and quality, our homes are designed around your lifestyle and represent real value for money.

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