Ideal for young professionals, growing families and those looking to downsize, the carefully selected choice of house styles available ensures that everyone is well catered for. With consideration given to home working and having ample outdoor space to enjoy, these Lovell homes have been designed with modern living in mind.
Telburn Way is a charming development of 41 new build homes in the established residential area of Bannockburn, Stirlingshire.
In Telburn Way you’re not just buying somewhere to live – you are buying a home.
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To call somewhere home is to belong and nowhere is this more true than Telburn Way in Bannockburn, a charming development in an established residential area. Whether you are raising a family, retired, working from home, or commuting, you will find a home to suit your pocket and lifestyle in this historic part of Scotland.
With a mix of different styles, gardens and off-road parking, Telburn Way is a characterful development with excellent access to local amenities, parks, and sports clubs. The town is well connected and actively encourages sustainable travel through an established cycle hire scheme, useful for commuting the short distance to Stirling railway station which is on the mainline to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
At Lovell we believe your home should be more than just about the right place at the right price. It should also reflect your personality and tastes. That’s why every Lovell home has Style, Quality and Value (or SQV, as we call it) built-in from the start, making your new home somewhere you’ll be proud to call your own.
Given its position, it comes as no surprise that Bannockburn is surrounded by beautiful countryside with several country and woodland parks in the area including the Carron Valley, with cycle and walking trails to suit all abilities. For the more adventurous of spirit, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park are an easy drive to the west with fishing, camping, horse riding and hiking all on offer.
Nestling in the shadow of the Ochil Hills, Bannockburn is at the centre of a busy, thriving area with plenty of diversions for all the family. Nearby Stirling, the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’, is famous for its medieval castle perched high on a volcanic outcrop and for its monument to another Scottish hero, William Wallace, which towers above the town. Just to the north are the Bridge of Allen, an elegant Victorian spa town, and Dunblane, the cathedral city and hometown of Wimbledon champion, Sir Andy Murray. The area is also fast gaining a reputation as a mecca for foodies with restaurants, pubs, food festivals, farm shops and micro-breweries all within striking distance of Bannockburn – including Scotland’s only two-star Michelin restaurant at Gleneagles, less than 30 minutes’ drive away.