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Haddington Property for Sale, Scotland – terraced Abbots View home

post updated 23 May 2022

Private End-Terrace House for Sale – Haddington
Date built: 1964
Design: Campbell & Arnott Architects

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Park nearby, with a lovely old Scots Pine tree:
Haddington Houses

Haddington Town centre views:
St Mary's Church, Haddington Haddington house design East Lothian Property - Abbots View Home

Haddington Properties

Significant East Lothian Property – Selection:

Haddington Buildings

East Lothian house

Waterside Restaurant – a well known restaurant that is located right next to the River Tyne in the heart of the market town’s centre.

Haddington Church – a ruin in the Nungate part of town, just East of the city centre, towards the golf course. This historic building has no roof, doors or windows, and sits in a landscaped field.

Bolton Muir House – an interesting property in the countryside near Pencaitland

East Lothian building : offices in Haddington

One West Road Haddington

Edinburgh Properties

Significant Edinburgh and Lothians Property – Selection:

St James Quarter’s W Edinburgh
W Edinburgh St James Quarter Hotel
W Edinburgh Hotel at St James Quarter

Glasshouses at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Glasshouses Restoration

Edinburgh’s historic closes
Pirries Close Edinburgh Old Town
photo © Tom Duffin
Edinburgh World Heritage Twelve Closes Project
Edinburgh’s closes, the narrow, often steep alleyways branching off from the Royal Mile, are an important characteristic of the Old Town, and a reminder of the city’s medieval origins. However, Edinburgh’s closes are often perceived as being unclean and unsafe, particularly at night.

Rosslyn Chapel
Rosslyn Chapel collection Scotland
photo © Neil Hanna
Rosslyn Chapel
Rosslyn Chapel, established in 1446, is renowned for its Gothic architecture and the wealth of intricate carvings that make up its beautiful interior, which have long given rise to speculation of its association to the Knights Templar and the Holy Grail. To this day there are legends of a hidden underground crypt also discussed in the papers within this new collection.

Buildings / photos for the Haddington Property – East Lothian Home page welcome