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BANK QUARTER is a unique development of one and two bedroom homes blends the charm and character of historic Arbroath with the comforts and luxury of contemporary living. Wherever possible, the materials and fabric of the existing buildings are maintained to create a harmony with the traditional styles of this seaside town. New materials are sourced from local suppliers and have been married into the development to give the subtle hint of something a little more luxurious behind the front door.
Arbroath is a fashionable and progressive place to live or relocate and regaining popularity as a holiday retreat given the much improved A92 links to Dundee making it ideal for the commuter to Dundee or Aberdeen and providing access to Main A90 road North and South. There are train stations at Montrose and Arbroath with regular services to Aberdeen and to the south, including a sleeper service to London. Both Dundee and Aberdeen are within easy driving distance and provide all the facilities expected of major cities.
The town has excellent sports and leisure facilities, complimented with many local clubs, Golf, Tennis, Football, Rugby and Bowls are all available. Arbroath's retail sector is steadily growing and the Town has a fine selection of restaurants to suit all tastes plus varied hostelries and a few nightclubs.
Angus is renowned for its great variety of outdoor pursuits. Fishing can be taken on the rivers South and North Esk whilst the Angus glens provide some of the best hill walking in eastern Scotland. Lunan Bay is a renowned and award winning beach, popular with surfers, dog walkers and horse riders. There is an attractive coastal walk, along red sandstone cliffs, from Lunan Bay
via Auchmithie to Arbroath, famous for its "smokies".
Sitting in a prominent central position, BANK QUARTER is a development of fine homes is situated just a few minutes walk away from the harbor and the town centre. The attractive old harbour of Arbroath remains in action and long sandy beaches and stunning sandstone cliffs stretch out on either side of the town. From here you can enjoy a brisk walk along the coast path or maybe a pint or two in one of the local hostilleries. Wander through the huddled cottages of the 'Fit o'the Toon' - the harbour district where the smell of Arbroath smokies usually hangs heavy in the air. Beyond it, the seafront road heads into Victoria Park. At the far end of the road, a path climbs up over the red sandstone cliffs of Whiting Ness, stretching endlessly onto the horizon and eroded into a multitude of inlets, caves and arches that warrant hours of leisurely exploration.
Arbroath itself is one of the more popular locations in Angus for those seeking a holiday escape or a coastal way of life and opportunities to buy new homes finished to this standard do not arise that often. BANK QUARTER is built within an historic setting in the centre of the town, maintaining many of its original features.
Each apartment is finished to the very highest specification and all homes feature a fitted kitchen with a range of units and worktops, with high-specification bathrooms and fixtures and fittings. Choose either a one bed or a two-bedroom apartment and come home to the perfect marriage of old and new ready for you to furnish to your taste.
Each of the six homes available is sympathetically designed to create unique homes commanding views of the Town. There are five two-bedroom homes and a further one-bedroom home, which is a sympathetic renovation of an existing period property. Each home offers a blend of traditional design and contemporary Living. Within the heart of the town, this is a select development, offering a range of exclusive Living styles.
Arbroath, settled in the 12th century, lies 15 miles to the north east of Dundee. The attractive historic harbour remains in action today and long sandy beaches and stunning sandstone cliffs stretch out on either side of the town.
Arbroath Abbey, located near the centre of the town, is also well worth a visit.
The town's most famous product is the Arbroath Smokie, It is line-caught haddock, smoke-cured over smouldering oak chips, and still made here in a number of family-run smokehouses tucked in around the harbour. Chef and cookery writer Rick Stein described the fish here, warm from the smoke, as "a world-class delicacy".
Pick up a copy of the Arbroath Cliffs Nature Trail Guide and pick out any one of 20 good viewing points along the first mile and a half. Observe the local flora and fauna. Watch out - you may even see puffins! For living, working, holidays or high days,
This is living, BANK QUARTER style.
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