Luxurious new CALA development launches
Friday, September 5th, 2014
on behalf of CALA Homes
House hunters with an eye for a view and a taste for style should look no further than CALA Homes (East) prestigious new Dalmeny Park development, in South Queensferry.
Combining views towards the Forth Road Bridges with homes of the highest quality, the development has already made waves among potential buyers
As a commuter hot spot, with excellent transport links to Scotland’s major cities and less than 20 minutes on the train from the capital, the development is perfectly positioned for busy professionals.
The first phase released offers the opportunity to purchase spacious four and five bedroom properties from the CALA Homes Signature range, ideal for growing families.
The Signature range was created based upon feedback from customer surveys and has been tailored to suit the needs of modern life, integrating traditional styling with contemporary interior spaces.
Later stages of the development will also include CALA’s popular three bedroom terraced properties, stylish townhouses as well as a range of two and three bedroom apartments, making Dalmeny Park, the place to be for people at all stages of their lives, from young families to downsizers.
Sarah Stanger, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East) said: “We are delighted to be launching the Dalmeny Park development and it is exciting to know that this marks the first new build development CALA have had in the area for thirty years.
“With South Queensferry’s enviable location, it’s not surprising that we have had a high level of requests for more information about our properties from both locals and house hunters from further afield, looking to relocate.
“Our team have been working hard over the past few years to create a development that has something for everyone from young professionals looking to take their first step onto the property ladder, to growing families searching for somewhere they can call home for the foreseeable future.
“It’s rare for a new development to be in the heart of an already thriving community such as South Queensferry, with its wealth of award winning seaside restaurants and bars as well as plenty of attractions, quaint shops and local amenities all set against the backdrop of the iconic bridges.
“Prospective buyers really can look forward to a high quality of life in the historic town and with the added bonus that the train ride into Scotland’s capital city takes less than 20 minutes, it give the best of both town and city living.”
Dalmeny Railway station, just a stone’s throw away from the development, offers regular services in to Edinburgh. The development is also well connected to an excellent road network for those looking to commute by car to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife or elsewhere across Scotland.
Prices for the first phase of the development start at £430,000. Those looking to find out about the available properties can visit the CALA Homes website where they can register their interest and discover more about Dalmeny Park.
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