The homes in The Village lie on lands originally attached to Bettyglen House, built in 1910 by George Jameson (yes, one of those Jameson’s). George died unmarried in 1936 at age 81 and the lands around the house were sold on for development in 1979.The location is really amazing, but location is not the only thing that makes this home an extremely attractive proposition.
Oil fired central heating
Cavity brick construction
Cul-de-sac locationDownload Brochure
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