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The variety of new-build properties available to buy in Aberdeen is a reflection of the city's diverse, vibrant and contemporary image. The hustle and bustle of city life is juxtaposed by the peacefulness of the coast, allowing residents to enjoy the best of both worlds. House-hunters looking to find a new home in Aberdeen will find something to suit every taste, family size and budget.
As 95% of the properties have been sold in under two years, homebuyers in Aberdeen now have their final chance to purchase a home at Vision, a Stewart Milne Homes development located just off Auchmill Road. The last five townhouses have been released for sale and they could be snapped up for as little as £233,320 with the help of the developer's Deferred Payment scheme.
Despite its long and fascinating history, Aberdeenshire has a relatively young population. People are drawn here not only for the plentiful employment opportunities but also the scenic countryside and dramatic coastline that can be found within just a few miles of Aberdeen city centre. Those looking to find a new home in the northeast of Scotland will find large and varied choice of new-build properties on the market, with something to suit almost everyone.
Housebuilder CALA Homes has been given the green light by Aberdeen City Council's Planning Committee to develop 81 new homes on Friarsfield Road in Cults on the western edge of Aberdeen.
The developer is expected to start work on the scheme, which will feature 73 private and eight affordable homes, in Spring 2013, with the first homes due to be completed by autumn 2013.
More than a third of recent apartment sales at a new Chap Homes development in Aberdeen have been bought as buy to rent opportunities. The Donside Village in Aberdeen is being developed in partnership with Tenants First Housing Co-operative and, from the 14 apartments sold, five have been for private rental. There are a total of 21 apartments released for private sale at Donside.
With the first 42 homes at the Donside village development in Aberdeen now occupied, the second phase of new homes at the scheme have been released for sale, it has been announced.
The plan for the largest new town currently being developed north of the border has further progressed after a third public consultation. Local residents and business owners recently attended a public exhibition at Cookney Village Hall detailing updates, amendments and the latest designs for the Aberdeenshire settlement of new homes in Scotland - Chapelton of Elsick.
House hunters hoping to find a property in Aberdeen will be pleased to discover that CALA Homes has plans to build over 1,600 new family homes in the area. More properties are being added to the housebuilder's existing Campus development in the Hilton district of Aberdeen. The development is close to the city centre and comprises a collection of detached homes, apartments and townhouses in the former university campus.
McCarthy & Stone, the UK's leading retirement developer, is introducing its new 53-apartment Assisted Living development in Cults, Aberdeenshire. Available exclusively to those over the age of 70, this purpose-built Assisted Living development offers a range of one- and two-bedroom apartments complete with communal facilities and a flexible range of support services, available for residents to purchase as required.
CALA Homes, the award-winning housebuilder, has submitted a planning application to build 81 much-needed new family homes in Cults, a popular suburb of Aberdeen. Subject to approval by Aberdeen City Council, the leading housebuilder hopes to start work on site early in 2013, with the first homes completed by autumn.