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CALA big up Bothwell with dimension busting homes

December 21 2018

CALA big up Bothwell with dimension busting homes

CALA Homes have unveiled the largest homes the developer has ever built in the west of Scotland in the form of 12 giant detached properties in the commuter town of Bothwell.

Work is already underway on Riverside for completion next year, with each home employing a ‘bespoke architectural approach’ and ranging in size from 2,814sq/ft to 3,800sq/ft.

Liana Canavan, sales and marketing director for CALA Homes (West), commented: “Riverside, Bothwell will be debuting the biggest and most luxurious homes we have built in in this part of Scotland. We are presenting brand new housetypes, completely bespoke to their environment in order to create a scene that exudes instant kerb appeal whilst staying true to the natural streetscape of Bothwell.”

Delivered in accordance with a masterplan drawn up by EMA the homes will sit on Greenfield land overlooking the River Clyde.


jimbob tanktop
#1 Posted by jimbob tanktop on 21 Dec 2018 at 14:20 PM
For those who simply must live in a building that looks like a care home. Though bigger, obviously.
boaby wan
#2 Posted by boaby wan on 21 Dec 2018 at 15:27 PM
"completely bespoke to their environment" - seriously?
Look at that thing, I'd love to hear a justification of what design features, massing etc have any relationship whatsoever to their environment?
Why can't they just admit that they've designed something very cheap to build that they know they can sell for huge sums of money?
#3 Posted by Stylecouncil on 21 Dec 2018 at 18:24 PM
Looks perfect for the wannabes of south glasgow who have zero taste.
Should sell well.
#4 Posted by Cateran on 22 Dec 2018 at 23:26 PM
That'll be the OF footballers catered for. I'm sure that's an agent walking up to the front door.
#5 Posted by Philip on 23 Dec 2018 at 08:44 AM
Distinctive wiff of chav palace about this.
#6 Posted by Mucklevanchly on 4 Jan 2019 at 11:29 AM
What a strange visual - the path rises to the left but we're seeing a garage at that end. Crampons required for the decent from street level?

Must applaud Cala for their 'bespoke' use of white render and grey brick; care-home aesthetic aside, they'd be hard pressed to find more generic building materials.

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