Two-bedroomed properties in a town centre residential development have been released by a property developer in Musselburgh.

They are part of The Wireworks - a £35 million redevelopment of the former Brunton Wireworks site by Livingston-based Dundas Estates.

Starting at £269,995, they are being released in block three and are said to come with a balcony, and views of the River Esk.

The company said it was bringing “a range of high-spec” one to three-bedroom apartments to the market.

Designed by Michael Laird Architects, The Wireworks is inspired by the location’s industrial heritage, while the contemporary homes have been designed to be “practical, light-filled and spacious.”

The 140-home development will have the capacity to store 140 bicycles in internal and external bikes stores. Electric car charging facilities will be available throughout the development.

The company is also committing, through Section 75 payments, to contribute up to £400,000 along with the other partners which will be invested into local schooling and infrastructure.

Calum Miller, Client Manager at Dundas said: “Musselburgh is fast becoming a hotspot commuter town, with it lying just five miles outside of the city of Edinburgh.

“We are continuing to receive a lot of interest for The Wireworks.”