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Queensberry Properties launch Edinburgh townhouses

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June 10 2015

Queensberry Properties launch Edinburgh townhouses
Queensberry Properties and Telereal Trillium have unveiled a development of 24 townhouses and 57 apartments in Edinburgh’s Grange conservation area, on the south side of the city.

Designed by Michael Laird Architects Woodcroft is finished in stone, zinc, timber and glass with balconies overlooking walled gardens and mature trees. Interior spaces incorporate solid oak banisters, floor to ceiling windows and large living/dining spaces for entertaining

Sam Chapman, founder and managing director of interior design firm Hudson & Mercer, said: “Although the house is brand new and a contemporary design, we wanted to show that actually these properties can accommodate quite a mixed collection of furniture, artwork and accessories. People don’t throw away their favourite things because they move, so it’s important that we demonstrate that a variety of pieces can fit within this contemporary context.”

Hazel Davies, sales and marketing director of Queensberry Properties added “The show home, like all properties at Woodcroft has a wonderful feeling of space and light and boasts the style, presence and quality found in the best international developments thanks to stunning, fashionable designs, which feature the dramatic use of large quantities of glass, and modern, open-plan layouts.”

Properties are priced from £270k for a one-bedroom flat up to £1m for a top of the range four bedroom penthouse.
A series of balconies and terraces overlook private gardens
A series of balconies and terraces overlook private gardens
An open plan lounge created for the showhome
An open plan lounge created for the showhome

New furniture is mized with custom made and antique pieces
New furniture is mized with custom made and antique pieces
Properties are finished externally in a mixture of stone, zinc, timber and glass
Properties are finished externally in a mixture of stone, zinc, timber and glass

3 Comments

Stephen
#1 Posted by Stephen on 10 Jun 2015 at 13:28 PM
The front elevation of these is great! The back a disappointment.
qmd
#2 Posted by qmd on 10 Jun 2015 at 13:56 PM
looks great! the front elevation is definitely much better than the back elevation.
wonky
#3 Posted by wonky on 10 Jun 2015 at 16:45 PM
Yeah great design- but those prices are insanely eye-watering- welcome to the madness of the UK property bubble!

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