Sunday, September 5, 2010

Moving home: Five property hotspots across the country

FOR many people, spring is all about making a modification. And for some, the warmer season is a popular time to begin thinking of getting a clean slate in a brand-new home. But for those moving or perhaps investing in a new property, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here, we’ve teamed up with Mactaggart and Mickel to bring you a rundown of the top property hotspots where they have actually been developing new houses.

Doonfoot, Ayr

The seaside town of Ayr has actually always attracted property buyers, due to its gorgeous surroundings and calm living. Doonfoot is a stunning part of the town and, thanks to current house building, the population has rapidly broadened recently. The Greenan Views advancement from Mactaggart and Mickel features 2 different house types and is ideal for households and couples alike thanks to the large, open-plan design.

Interested buyers can likewise make a fast transfer to live by the sea, as both the three-bedroom Lismore and two-bedroom Salmon houses come move-in all set with flooring and home appliances.

Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire

Just a brief 30-minute drive from Glasgow, the village of Eaglesham is an ideal choice for commuters wanting to escape the stress of the city.

This charming town has a welcoming feel and has a much in-demand property market. The Polnoon development has two-bedroom properties with a lot of storage and big, roomy spaces ideal for the village feel, without residing in a cramped home.

Uplawmoor, East Renfrewshire

The Mure Park development is among the most recent housing jobs to show up in the historic area of Uplawmoor.

Featuring terraced homes, which include turn-key condition fixtures and fittings, numerous buyers will be attracted to the peace and serenity of the regional surroundings and the opportunity to grow their family out with the city.

With a small population, this location is definitely one for households searching for a peaceful life. However, the regional train station also offers easy access to the larger cities for work or satisfaction.

Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire

Bishopbriggs is definitely a town for commuters with its quick and easy travelling alternatives to Glasgow’s city center the train station is only one stop far from Queen Street station and takes just nine minutes.

However, it’s not just the location that makes this town preferable for purchasers. New advancements have opened up great deals of quality property opportunities in the area, with Mactaggart and Mickel s Bishops Grove simply one.

Bishops Grove comprises the versatile three-bedroom Hawthorn household home, which spreads over a charitable three floors. You’ll have to be quick only the last plots stay.

Dalkeith, Midlothian

Our fair capital can be a notoriously costly location to set up home. However, venturing just, a brief distance outside Edinburgh s city limitations to areas such as Dalkeith can open the market for property buyers.

Thornybank Green advancement is just 8 miles from Edinburgh and functions high-end four-bedroom homes for cost effective rates. With a spacious design and plenty of space for amusing, the Dalkeith homes are perfect for anyone planning to move up the property ladder.

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