AS lockdown starts to ease and life begins to approach the ‘new normal’, Allanwater Homes has launched a new development – Allanwater Stirling at Maitland Crescent.
The housebuilder, which sees parent company Allanwater Developments celebrate 40 years in business this year, revealed it has been buoyed by securing a number of sales at sites across Scotland during the lockdown period.
With the market slowly coming back to life, the firm has decided to press on with a planned expansion and launch the new Stirling development, which comprises a mix of two, three and four-bedroom villas alongside one and two-bedroom apartments.
Allanwater Stirling will include two recently launched house-types – the Sidlaw and the Nevis – both detached styles with three bedrooms. The Sidlaw boasts three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, including master en-suite, while the Nevis has two of its three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. It also offers an open plan kitchen/dining room.
First completions at the new development are likely to be in early 2021.
Allanwater Homes sales & marketing manager Cheryl McGeever said, “We are delighted to announce that this new development is coming to Stirling. It has something for everyone, from luxury apartments and starter villas, to larger family homes. Announcing this major new multi-million pound development in Stirling, as we exit a time of real crisis and uncertainty in our industry, can only be good news, and further strengthens the company’s presence in central Scotland.”
Cheryl McGeever commented that Allanwater Homes was delighted to hear that Stirling had recently been ranked as Scotland’s greenest area.
“It’s great news, and we are not at all surprised. It’s always been a city that is at ease with its beautiful countryside surroundings, and it has always been keen to retain something of a semi rural feel. It’s never been over developed, and even its university is set on the most stunning green campus that is the envy of many other educational establishments.”
Also planned to launch this year, or early 2021, are new developments in Haddington in East Lothian, and Chryston, near Glasgow. Both are new geographic areas for Allanwater.