Aberdeen show village to open its doors at year end
December 5 2016Countesswells show village on 29 December, providing the first glimpse of what life could be like in the 3,000-home town.
The first phase consists of 35 homes ranging from two-bedroom mews properties to five bedrooms detached villas, each of which will have French door access to its own private garden, open plan living spaces and high-end appliances.
John Low, managing director at Stewart Milne Homes North Scotland, said: “The launch of Countesswells is the realisation of a pioneering vision to create a new community which will be a great place to live.
“We are creating the largest central park to have been built in Scotland in over 100 years, as well as woodland trails, cycle paths, green pathways, parks and sporting facilities. New homeowners will also be able to enjoy tree lined avenues, leafy enclaves and an elegant square to get together with friends and family over lunch or a coffee.”
Countesswells aims to achieve a number of individually designed neighbourhoods just five miles from the city centre and minutes from the west-end suburb of Kingswells.
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