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Jordanhill Park townhouses unveiled

August 5 2020

Jordanhill Park townhouses unveiled

CALA Homes are moving onto the next phase of their Jordanhill Park development with the unveiling of a collection of 17 four and five-bedroom townhouses.

The phase two plans follow completion of 29 apartments at the former Strathclyde University campus, which will now be augmented by a mix of townhouses and detached homes.

Liana Canavan, sales and marketing director for CALA Homes (West), said: “Our continuing partnership with Eileen Kesson at Envision and the outstanding interiors brand, BoConcept, has seen the showhomes brought to life in the most exquisite fashion.

“The versatility of our three-story homestyles means they work well for so many different buyers – and such versatility is more key than ever given the increase in homeworking and at-home entertaining we’ve seen over the past few months."

Designed by 7N Architects with interiors by Envision the properties will stand alongside the B-listed David Stow building.

An elevated kitchen/diner is at the heart of the three-storey concept
An elevated kitchen/diner is at the heart of the three-storey concept


#1 Posted by mick on 5 Aug 2020 at 18:03 PM
Boring, unimaginative suitable only for occupation by totally tasteless tossers...
Jenna Jameson
#2 Posted by Jenna Jameson on 5 Aug 2020 at 20:35 PM
Yuck! Yet more micro apartments or doll houses, whatever you want to call them they are too small! Garages with modern flats seem to be too small for modern cars, they are still sized for much smaller 1990 cars, with some of them if you can squeeze the car in you have to get out the car from the boot as you can't open the doors.
Neil C
#3 Posted by Neil C on 6 Aug 2020 at 10:18 AM
Looks like the late, unlamented Red Road flats turned on their side. Ugly and foreboding, but doubtlessly ruinously expensive as well.
James Hepburn
#4 Posted by James Hepburn on 6 Aug 2020 at 16:12 PM
Scottish developers and architects are the worst in Europe. They have a default setting of mundane.
#5 Posted by Brandwagon on 7 Aug 2020 at 07:07 AM
Appallingly bland, badly proportioned dross...with soon to be pimped up WAG interiors by Envision and Boconcept.
CALA, you have absolutely zero style..
Monty Chrystal
#6 Posted by Monty Chrystal on 7 Aug 2020 at 09:38 AM
Why must architects continually follow sheep-like into design vernaculars? Yet another Black Lubyanka lookalike.
My 6 year old grandson could do better with Lego.
#7 Posted by Billy on 7 Aug 2020 at 17:37 PM
Gardens look very small. Are they grey ? If so ...why? The most boring colour in the world. And in a city known for grey skies. Hated grey in the eighties when it was considered fashionable ...for a few years. Hate it as much now. Leaves me cold.

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