Recent research by Bank of Scotland may reveal that Edinburgh plays host to Scotland's most expensive street, but that doesn't mean that Glasgow is lacking when it comes to having its fair share of prestigious addresses. There are a good number of lavish new-build homes being built in and around Scotland's largest city and homebuyers looking to find a property that oozes sophistication won't be disappointed.
CALA Homes' Marchfield development is situated in the sought-after Milngavie area and offers six detached home designs, with a choice of four, five or six bedrooms. The large family homes boast a number of distinctive characteristics including feature staircases, soft-closing kitchen cupboards and Porcelanosa tiling. Prices at the popular development start from £765,000, with only a few of the properties still available for purchase.
The Academy Grove development by Bett Homes includes an impressive collection of five- and six-bedroom detached homes with a new release of properties due to be launched in the near future. Bay windows, studies, utility rooms, en-suite facilities, fitted wardrobes, French windows, garages and generously proportioned living spaces all add a feeling of luxury to the villas. The development itself is located in the affluent Bearsden area and prices here start from £670,000.
Located in Newton Mearns on the south side of Glasgow, the Greenwood Manor development by Stewart Milne Homes has a number of properties to suit families of all shapes and sizes. Two- and three-bedroom apartments with balconies sit comfortably alongside four-bedroom townhouses and four- and five-bedroom executive villas. The Braemar house style is priced from £595,000 and boasts a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, walk in wardrobe and Juliet balcony, four further bedrooms, a family room with French doors leading to the garden, living room with French doors, a separate dining room and a kitchen/breakfasting room with appliances including an American-style fridge-freezer, coffee maker, five-burner gas hob, double oven and wine cooler.
With its fantastic West End location, just two miles from the city centre, The Havelock is one of the most striking new housing developments in Glasgow, comprising just 11 three-bedroom homes. The building is nestled between two typical tenement blocks and forms a courtyard setting for residents to enjoy. Features include underfloor heating, double garages, glazed skylights and security gates at the entrance, with prices starting from £485,000. The development has been designed by Glasgow-based NORD Architects and is being constructed by M. Girvan & Sons.
The Paton six-bedroom house type at CALA Homes' Marchfield development in Milngavie is luxuriously appointed and has the benefit of a self-contained one-bedroom apartment above its triple garage, with a price tag of £890,000