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ON THE MARKET.

The old Granary has a room with a view to die for, overlooking Dunbar harbour. The double penthouse has four bedrooms as well as a leisure room with a sauna. There is even a Jacuzzi.

The kitchen overlooks the harbour and the dining room has a stone built open fireplace. Offers over pounds 200,000. For further information contact The Property and Mortgage Partnership, Haddington.

If you're hunting for a city home with original features, look no further than a flat in London Street in Edinburgh's New Town. Offers over pounds 84,000. Contact Dove Davies of Edinburgh.

HOME IN ON SAFETY

More than 4,000 people die in Britain each year because of accidents in the home.

And three million people need hospital treatment.

So wouldn't it be a good idea if housebuilders were to take these risks into account when designing their homes?

Well, that's just what Bellway Homes have done.

They have window restraints to ensure they can't be opened too wide, side gates fitted with locks at adult height, lockable cupboards for cleaning materials and medicines. Even special low handrails for kids.

They are building these at a number of sites such as Woodmill at Condorrat in Dunbartonshire, where prices start at pounds 66,000.

The Colonies in Edinburgh are always popular with buyers.

These quaint terraces of houses were built towards the end of the last century for craftsmen working in the city. A maindoor flat in Breadalbane Terrace, off Dalry Road is going for offers over pounds 44,950.

It includes one bedroom and a lounge with a period fireplace. There is also a private garden. Contact Stewart Saunders, Edinburgh.

Drummond House in Balfron offers three one-bedroom starter homes at offers over pounds 29,500 each. There is a three- bedroom apartment at pounds 85,000 on offer too.
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Date:May 19, 1996
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