Trinity Park At Home in National Press
Friday, July 25th, 2014
on behalf of CALA Homes
CALA Homes has enjoyed its second double page spread in a row as it hit the headlines in the Scotsman’s property pages.
News of its award winning Trinity Park development was picked up by the national title, showcasing the development’s spacious new apartments.
The plush pads could make the ideal home for families looking to downsize but desperate not to leave the area they love. With only a handful still available, now is the last chance for interested house hunters to snap up a slice of one of Edinburgh’s most talked about new developments.
Sarah Stanger, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East) said: “It’s not surprising the apartments have proved so popular with downsizers, because they are extremely spacious.
“As well as three bedrooms, a dining kitchen with separate utility room, there is also great storage, which is important because cupboard space can so often be a let down in apartments. That is definitely not the case here.
“Perhaps the biggest draw is the size of the living room, which is really shown off with those high ceilings. For those moving in from big, traditional properties, there will be absolutely no worries about having to part with much love furnishings.
Find out more about the property by reading the original press release.
The coverage was achieved as part of an ongoing PR campaign on behalf of CALA Homes (East). With a wealth of experience in the property sector, Holyrood PR is at home telling stories for the property press.
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