Haddington Manse is located on the edge of this attractive town which is nestled under the Garleton Hills on the banks of the River Tyne. Set between the beautiful Lammermuir Hills and the area’s stunning beaches and dramatic coastline, Haddington is also just 17 miles from Edinburgh. The name Haddington is Anglo-Saxon, dating from the 6th or 7th century AD when the area was incorporated into the kingdom of Bernicia – this piece of history is celebrated in the town’s John Gray Centre which incorporates a library, museum and local archives.
Haddington is such a popular place to live because it provides a great range of services in beautiful historic town setting. There’s a choice of restaurants and bars, a sports centre (with swimming pool), supermarkets, unique independent shops, high street retailers and a regular farmers’ market. The town also has highly-regarded state primary and secondary schools as well as private schooling locally at The Compass in Haddington, Loretto in Musselburgh and Belhaven Hill in Dunbar, with Edinburgh offering even more choice and further education options.
Those of you who enjoy the outdoors will be spoilt when it comes to countryside and coastal walking as there’s so much choice locally. The town itself also has a good selection of green open space including Neilson Park with its children’s play area, skate park, and tennis courts, all in beautiful well-tended grounds. Scotland’s National Museum of Flight is only 3 miles away and is the home of Concorde - a great place to learn about our nation’s aviation history. St Mary’s Pleasance, the beautiful garden of Haddington House is another of the town’s hidden gems.
With its varied selection of modern homes in a highly sought-after town, along with its proximity to the countryside, coast and the city of Edinburgh, Haddington Manse is in a truly enviable setting.
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The Scottish Government has
announced an extension to the Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme to cover the needs
of over 60s who need to move but can’t afford to.
So if you’re over 60 and can
demonstrate a ‘housing need to move’, then this could be the perfect scheme for
you. There’s a set of criteria you’ll need to be aware of:
You’ll need to demonstrate a
housing need to move which should include at least one of the following:
For further information contact
your nearest Persimmon development in Scotland or visit the updated Scottish Government Help to Buy website.
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The name Haddington is Anglo-Saxon and dates back from the 6th or 7th century AD when the area was incorporated into the kingdom of Bernicia. Haddington is such a popular place to live because it provides a great range of services in a beautiful historic town setting.
If you would like to know more about Haddington, please call 01620 670 221 and we will be happy to tell you more.
You will find an array of shops in Haddington including: Tesco, Aldi, Co-Op and Boots. If you are after a much wider choice, Edinburgh is less than 20 miles away.
Those of you who enjoy the great outdoors will be spoilt, as there’s so much choice locally. The town itself has Neilson Park with its children’s play area, skate park and tennis courts, all set in well-tended grounds.
Scotland’s National Museum of Flight - home of Concorde - is only 3 miles away and is a great place to learn about our nation’s aviation history.
St Mary’s Pleasance, the beautiful garden of Haddington House is another of the town’s hidden gems.
At just 17 miles or 30 minutes by car via the A1 dual carriageway, Haddington is an excellent location for access to the ever popular historic city of Edinburgh. Longniddry and Drem railway stations are just over five miles away with a mainline station at Dunbar (13.7 miles) which has regular services to London. The beautiful coastline around Gullane and North Berwick are within easy reach, and the A1 offers fast access to the south.
Edinburgh International Airport (25.8 miles) offers flights to a wide range of regional and international destinations. There are also frequent bus services via First bus at Drem.
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