Housebuilder CALA Homes has announced that three the firm’s Aberdeen developments have sold out within weeks of each other.
Since mid-April, the company has seen a “wave of sales”, resulting in CALA’s developments at Parklands at May Baird Avenue in the city centre, The Links at Dubford in Bridge of Don and Rosefield Gardens in Cults all sell out.
Mike Naysmith, managing director for CALA Homes (North), said, “It’s a very positive sign to see these three developments sell out within weeks of each other. These neighbourhoods offer everything from two-bedroom apartments for large five-bedroom detached homes, so it is encouraging to see an appetite at various stages within the home buying cycle.
“As these three developments draw to a close there is little time to reflect, however, as we press ahead with several new developments across Aberdeen.”
CALA Homes recently unveiled The Paddocks at Cults Park, which comprises of three, four and five-bedroom homes in the suburb of Cults, while planning approval was recently granted for a further development in Bridge of Don. The Grange at Balgownie is to become an “exclusive pocket” of 32 detached, semi-detached and trace homes, along with townhouses. Planning approval for 71 apartments, semi-detached and terraced homes at Grandhome is also expected in the near future.
Mike added, “With further planning applications in progress for developments at Craibstone and the next phase at Oldfold Village, we have plenty of new communities in the works as we draw to a close at Parklands, The Links at Dubford and Rosefield Gardens.
“We look forward to launching these throughout 2017 and beyond.”