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Rare chance to buy a stunning new home in an award-winning development


Rare chance to buy a stunning new home in an award-winning development

House hunters are being offered a unique chance to snap up a new home within an award-winning development in St Andrews.
Leading Fife property firm Thorntons are selling the beautiful four bedroom house in West Burn Lane, near the centre of St Andrews.

The development by Eastacre and designed by Sutherland Hussey Harris, won the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland’s Andrew Doolan Award earlier this year.

The judging panel described the development as being "expertly woven into the existing fabric of St Andrews, although uncompromisingly contemporary, the development acknowledges the historic street pattern and scale of its special context.”

The development also won a Royal Institute of British Architects “Best Building” award and “Best Development Award” at the Saltire Housing Awards.

High demand for homes within the West Burn Lane development means only a handful are left on the market.

The property is designed to make the best possible use of natural light and comes complete with double and triple glazing and a double garage.

Peter Ryder, Managing Director of Thorntons Estate Agency, said: “This is a unique chance to buy a beautiful property in the centre of St Andrews.

“This development has been rightly lauded by the architectural world for managing to create modern family homes that remain sympathetic to the style of this historic town.

“I doubt that anyone who comes to view this outstanding property will fail to be won over by its innovative use of space and light, as well as its location in the heart of St Andrews.”

The property is on the market for a fixed price of £795,000. For further information please visit

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