A range of two, three and four bedroom homes in the coastal town of Buckie. From cottage flats to family homes and bungalows, Inchgower has a great range of semi-detached and detached houses for sale in a historic rural location.
About the development
As the development grows, there will be a play area for children and a large area of the development is dedicated to new woodland with a path weaving gentle through it; ideal for walking the dog or strolling with the family.
To the south, east and west of the development expansive open fields spread as far as the eye can see. Following an easy ten-minute walk to the north you’ll find Buckpool golf course. And not forgetting the wider Buckie community with its great local amenities and activities to enjoy including boat tours and exquisite local cuisine.
Inchgower has easily accessible transport links to Aberdeen and Elgin and schools are within an easy 5-minute drive of the development. With plenty of 4 bedroom houses for sale Inchgower is the perfect scenic area to raise a family.
Buckie has a choice of supermarkets (Tesco, Co-operative and Lidl) as well as many independent stores. With Buckie’s heritage as a fishing village, there is a fantastic range of locally sourced seafood available from fishmongers in town. There are also bakeries, butcher shops, a petrol station, car mechanics, doctor’s surgery, clothing and furniture stores nearby.
For those who love food and drink, there is a wide variety of local restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from, serving everything from traditional Scottish food to international cuisine.
There are boat tours from the harbour for those who want to get out on to the water, as well as stunning beaches and coastal walks. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy sea views from the two local courses, Buckpool and Strathlene. For those into other activities, Buckie has bowling, cue sports and cricket clubs. There is a gym and 25m swimming pool next to the local high school.
There are three local primary schools – two are within a five-minute drive of the Inchgower development, as is Buckie High School.