Homebuyers Urged To Move Fast For Luxury City Centre Development
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
on behalf of CALA Homes
AN UPMARKET homebuilder is reporting impressive sales success after apartments at its development in the heart of Edinburgh were snapped up in record time.
CALA Homes (East) launched its Ten Brunswick Road development – situated just off the top of Leith Walk – to offer homebuyers doorstep access to the attractions and vibrant, cosmopolitan social life of the capital.
Already the development of one, two and three bedroom apartments has exceeded sales expectations, with 95 out of 132 properties sold in just 18 months.
Now CALA Homes has released its next phase of apartments at the development, and is urging home buyers to get in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East), said: “Ten Brunswick Road has been a real success with the apartments generating huge interest from across the city and further afield.
“The current volume of sales speaks for itself, and we believe buyers are primarily attracted to the high-quality, city centre lifestyle that Ten Brunswick Road has to offer.
“The chance to live in a CALA apartment in central Edinburgh doesn’t come along very often and to have all that the city has to offer on your doorstep makes this the ideal development for many working or studying here.”
With the new phase of apartments now launched, house hunters can visit Ten Brunswick Road’s stunning show apartment, designed by Joanne McDonald of Luma Interiors to showcase all that is on offer in these spacious and light-filled properties.
She said: “I designed the apartment to reflect its fantastic location right on the edge of the New Town – it has a city living feel, is stylish and welcoming and offers luxurious comfort with an industrial edge.”
The designer used a palette of smart blues, greys and golds, with a splash of attention-grabbing vibrant pink to keep it contemporary. The living/dining area is furnished for relaxing, with modern sofas looking onto the large French windows which let light flood in. A cool glass and chrome dining table alongside industrial style lighting furnishes the dining area, and makes a great area for entertaining friends or a quick midweek supper.
Joanne added: “There are framed photographic images of local theatres, street art and other distinctive Edinburgh scenes throughout to reflect the local amenities.
“Designing interiors is all about making an environment that will give people years of enjoyment from living there.
“Creating a welcoming space that functions well, looks fantastic and is in harmony with the overall architecture is key to the success of any interior – and exactly what is on offer at the Ten Brunswick Road show apartment.”
Situated within the grounds of the previous General Post Office building on Brunswick Road, this brownfield development is within walking distance of Edinburgh’s famous castle and Calton Hill as well as the Edinburgh Playhouse and Waverley Train Station.
The world-famous Princes and George Streets are also just minutes away, offering Michelin-starred restaurants, lively bars and extensive shopping opportunities, and rapid transport links for across the city and beyond.
For further information or to register your interest, call 0131 341 2756 or visit http://www.cala.co.uk.homes-for-sale/east-of-scotland/ten-brunswick-road
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