May kicks off #NationalWalkingMonth and as the weather gets better, the many benefits to taking some time to go outside become greater – so why not explore your local area by foot?

 

If you enjoy beautiful surroundings, our new development at Longniddry is the ideal place to put down roots. At Longniddry in East Lothian you are spoiled for choice with an array of walking routes and local attractions to visit nearby.

Close by the development, along the spectacular coast you will find Longniddry Bents, Ferny Ness and Gosford Bay. They are all havens for wildlife and wildflowers, including wading birds, bloody cranesbill, clustered bellflower and cowslips. The woodland of Longniddry Dean is also nearby which is filled with birdsong in spring and summer, making it a pleasant walking experience.

The John Muir Way runs along the dunes of Longniddry Bents and around Gosford Bay, providing spectacular views to the Firth of Forth. Nearby, Gosford House and Grounds is an example of an 18th century designed landscape, which was originally laid out in the 17th century -  guided tours that illuminate the history of the place are also available, providing an enjoyable day out for the whole family.

With ZeroC at Longniddry, the development will also feature a range of beautifully landscaped spaces for all to enjoy and a new village green, restored mill pond and residential orchard will only enhance the community feel of Longniddry.

Book your viewing today and you could be living in one of the most desirable locations to live in Scotland.

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