Located in the southeast of Edinburgh, Dalkeith is a small, yet vibrant, town. Recently, it has become a prime location for people to move to and settle down. There’s so much to love about this quiet and colourful place. From the Dalkeith Palace to Robert Adam’s Montagu Bridge, you’ll find lots to savor. If you’re interested in moving to one of Scotland's oldest and most pleasant towns, then we can help you out. As a leading estate agent in Dalkeith, we know all there is to know about the town and surrounding area.
Dalkeith is positioned in an excellent location, making it a very popular place to live. Only eight miles away from Edinburgh, there’s perfect transport into Scotland’s capital city. It’s a town that grew up during the middle ages, and you see nods to that in some of the housing. Although it retains plenty of its history, Dalkeith has undergone developments over the years. In the 1960’s, new buildings were built in the old heart of the town and have been there ever since. It’s an old market town and has plenty of heart and character.
What makes Dalkeith such a popular place is the variety of property up for sale. The town is split into a few different areas. To the west of the town centre, you’ll see plenty of large Victorian houses. They’re tall and have that distinct Victorian architecture to them. They’re very spacious and great for accommodating large families. To the east of the town centre, you’ll find a highly populated area. In it, there’s a great mix of homes built in the 1930’s onwards. Many of the properties were meant for local authority figures back in the day. In this area, you also see a large number of new-build homes. They offer a modern look, which greatly contrasts the look and feel of the area. Whether you want an old home full of character and history, or a swanky new-build, Dalkeith can provide for you.
With a mix of houses available, how much can you expect to spend in this town? All estate agents in the area can tell you the same thing. You’re looking at a price range from about £200,000 to £520,000. It’s a fairly broad spectrum, and there’s something to suit any budget. Plus, a lot of the older house come with a fair bit of land attached, so you’re getting great value for money.
As mentioned in the introduction, this town has its own palace. And, it can be found in the charming Dalkeith Country Park. For children, there’s a fantastic adventure playground that will keep them satisfied and eager to play outdoors. There are lots of wide open spaces that are great for having a picnic or enjoying long family walks. Nature lovers adore this town because there’s so much lovely wildlife and foliage to admire too. Of course, the town centre is always bustling with life, and there’s a range of modern shops for you to enjoy.
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