SAVILLS has announced it is launching Drummond Hill in Inverness to the market – a development of 37 homes created by Tulloch Homes within the grounds of a B-Listed manor house and its landscaped grounds.
This site on Stratherrick Road is Savills’ first residential development instruction in Inverness.
The first homes available to purchase off-plan are six two-bedroom apartments with private balconies and private gardens to the ground floor, as well as an avenue of six mews houses, all with garage and private gardens.
Drummond Hill is described as being notable for its ‘classic cream and pink masonry’. It was designed by architect Alexander Ross and constructed in 1890 for Inverness solicitor William Burns and his wife Jane Fraser. Their initials are carved above the entrance.
Carole Mackie, Savills head of Savills residential development sales in Scotland, said, “It is very exciting to be working with Tulloch on this fantastic landmark project. With so many different types of properties on offer, all of which are beautifully designed, it will appeal to a wonderfully diverse range of buyers at different ages and stages in their lives. We anticipate buyer interest to come from within Inverness and much further afield.”
Jo McLaren of Tulloch Homes added, “We are delighted to partner with Savills in bringing this exceptional development to market. Tulloch Homes are extremely proud to bring to market Drummond Hill, a special and exciting development unlike any other, inspired by the natural beauty of its breath-taking surroundings.
“Drummond Hill has a remarkably serene setting, with ancient trees as its closest neighbours; a perfect place to relax and reset, yet within easy reach of the city centre and access to lochs and mountain trails, providing the best of both worlds.”