Merchant Homes has launched an exclusive development of homes in Glasgow East, offering prospective homebuyers the opportunity to lay down roots in a new landmark community within touching distance of the city centre.
A welcome addition to the already thriving residential area, the picturesque Lochwood Gardens development comprises a contemporary mix of 106 homes including two, three and four-bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced homes.
Not your average new build development, each property will boast Merchant Homes’ exacting standards and modern style, creating a unique collection of homes within one of Glasgow’s most central locations.
Offering more than just a new home, six of the eight housetypes at Lochwood Gardens will feature an exclusive new Merchant Homes design for 2019 with five homes styles released as part of the initial phase of homes.
Househunters have the opportunity to purchase three of the newly introduced housetypes as part of phase one with an expected entry date of November 2019.
Prices start from £145,000 for the two-bedroom mid-terrace Iona, £200,000 for the three-bedroom detached Jura and £227,000 for the four-bedroom detached Shetland with an integral garage – all of which form part of the new home designs launched at Lochwood Gardens.
Linda McLuskie, Sales and Marketing Director for Merchant Homes:
“We are delighted to launch the first phase of homes at Lochwood Gardens.
“This a truly unique development which boasts style both inside and out. Attention to detail, superior craftsmanship and quality of finish that is synonymous with the Merchant Homes brand, makes this collection of homes perfect for a variety of homebuyers.
“Already, we’ve received exceptional interest in the development and with Help to Buy Scotland available across four of our housetypes, ranging from two-bedroom terrace to three-bedroom detached homes, we look forward to inviting potential homebuyers in for a closer look.”
Located at Stepford Road, just north of the city’s Edinburgh Road, the cosmopolitan new community includes the development of a nature garden and a play area as part of the sustainable new neighbourhood.
And with excellent commuter and transport links to Glasgow and beyond, the new suburb combines a secluded feel with every day convenience, excellent schools and sporting recreational facilities on its doorstep.