Longniddry Village by Zero C - Part of Places for People

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Overview

A mix of two, three and four bedroom modern country homes by ZeroC available now in East Lothian.

Longniddry Village is more than a new housing development. It will be an integral part of the Longniddry community, helping to make the town even more sustainable for and attractive to future generations.

The development will bring the ZeroC brand to East Lothian for the first time. Our modern country homes will combine desired period features with the very latest modern conveniences with a high quality finish to create a unique classic feel.

Our development will consist of a mix of 2 bed coach houses, 2, 3 & 4 bed homes, all featuring sash windows, with chimneys and log burning stoves in our larger family homes.
  1. 2 bed coach houses, 2, 3 & 4 bed homes
  2. Longniddry community
  3. modern country homes
  4. high quality finish

Location

Location

Coal Road, East Lothian Longniddry, EH32

Local Information

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Longniddry (0.2 miles)
National Train Station logo Prestonpans (3.5 miles)
National Train Station logo Drem (4.6 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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