People hoping to buy a house in Scotland may be interested in new range of properties in Fife.
The housebuilder George Wimpey invited celebrity chef Nick Nairn to the launch event in Dunfermline at the weekend. Nairn demonstrated the use of a showhouse kitchen by cooking up a variety of meals that could be used by the visitors to impress their guests.
Masterton Lea, the name of the property development, includes some 101 family homes, with two and three-bedroom terraced properties and three and four-bedroom townhouses.
Detached homes with up to five bedrooms are also available, meaning that people hoping to buy a house in Scotland have a wide variety of choice.
Karen Armstrong, sales and marketing director at George Wimpey East Scotland, said: "Masterton Lea commands a stunning position at the top of Lapwing Drive, with stunning views overlooking the Forth estuary and the Forth Bridges.
"Combine this location and that view, with two great looking showhomes and it’s clear why customers are quite simply blown-away when they visit this development."
The housebuilder recently advised househunters to view their new home like a blank canvas when putting their personal stamp on the property.