There was a time when buying a home was all about location, location, location, but today the new mantra seems to be community, community, community.
More people are looking for security and comfort in their everyday lives and a real sense of belonging.
Since the pandemic hit the country last March, figures show the increase in local support has grown substantially. With many adults doing more voluntary work, checking on their neighbours, and helping the elderly by doing their shopping, there has been a real surge in community spirit.
Community now ranks high on the list of priorities for homebuyers choosing where to buy, with more people researching what the community has to offer before making a decision.
Hayford Mills, Cambusbarron
With prices starting from £147,995 Cambusbarron, just outside Stirling, has a real community feel to it.
The development is surrounded by beautiful countryside, a friendly town full of history with many local attractions, it even has its own website keeping locals up to date with what’s happening.
With a selection of apartments and mews-style townhouses to choose from, Hayford Mills is the perfect location to move to.
This Royal Burgh is another popular community, a market town in East Lothian not far from Scotland’s capital city and excellent for those who need to commute to Edinburgh.
With a mixture of three and four bedroom bungalows and villas, Haddington has a lot to offer in community spirit.
A town rich in history with many local attractions and often called the ‘hidden toun’ due to its rural settings, find out all about what this delightful town can offer via their website.
Bungalow prices start from £360,995.
If community is top of your list ahead of location, then take a look at all our latest developments to find the right place for you.