Rooms with a View – These Properties Prioritise the Panoramic
Tuesday, June 27th, 2017
on behalf of CALA Homes
FINDING the perfect new home is all a matter of perspective – especially when that perspective takes in some of Scotland’s most notable landmarks.
Discerning house hunters are being attracted to a number of upmarket CALA Homes developments, because of the stunning outlooks on offer.
They include panoramic views of defining local landmarks, Arthur’s Seat, North Berwick Law, The Firth of Forth and Forth Bridges, as well as the rolling Pentland Hills and countryside, which are focal points for several CALA developments.
Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes, said: “People know what they expect from us – generous space, plenty of light, superb finishes and outstanding locations.
“However, I don’t think we’ve ever been blessed with such a range of different developments which enjoy expansive views across iconic features of the Scottish landscape.
“House hunters have been letting us know that such striking vistas are extremely important to them when choosing the ideal location, so we’re delighted to be making the most of these views.”
Prime among the properties with a view are the recently launched front row homes at CALA’s Liberton Grange development, primely located just 4 miles south of Edinburgh city centre. Occupying a superb location on the development and commanding uninterrupted, open outlooks over the greenery of Liberton Park, and impressive vistas directly onto the Salisbury Crags and Arthur’s Seat, it is no wonder these homes are in high demand.
Located on the site of a former Scottish Water Treatment Works, Liberton Grange boasts character and charm thanks to its original surrounding wall and retained listed pavilions, while also benefitting from its enviable elevated position affording these incredible vistas.
Philip added: “The prime front row homes at Liberton Grange take full advantage of their surroundings and would be the ideal place for relaxing on warm summer family evenings while appreciating the scenery.
“Liberton Grange offers everything that homebuyers expect from us and more – generous and spacious homes, plenty of light, superb finishes and an outstanding location.
Similarly, CALA’s Craigpark development in Ratho and Law Gardens development in North Berwick also benefit from impressive vistas of renowned Lothians hotspots.
Craigpark sits at the top of the village of Ratho, offering views that extend across the Firth of Forth, and across Edinburgh. Its closest neighbour is a former stone quarry, which is being restored and will be completed as a new country park and wildlife haven by 2020, further adding to the stunning surrounding scenery.
Law Gardens is set at the foot of North Berwick Law, meaning buyers will be a stone’s throw from the famous landmark. From its summit, the Law boasts incredible panoramas of East Lothian, Edinburgh and beyond.
Philip added: “To fully appreciate these views, it’s best to visit the site. Those who have are often stopped in their tracks. We would urge anyone interested to come along and see for themselves – they won’t be disappointed.”
For more information on all the developments with striking views available with CALA across the East of Scotland, please visit https://www.cala.co.uk/homes-for-sale/east-of-scotland
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