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Greenside Place: a new addition to our well-established Abbey Park development, consisting of 20 two-bedroom apartments spread across three elegant buildings.
A location you'll fall in love with The friendly coastal town of St Andrews harbours contrasts that capture the imagination and make you want to stay for a lifetime. Part of its charm is that despite being a cosmopolitan centre with a myriad of international influences, St Andrews retains the community spirit of a small Scottish town. The town is full of energy: gowned students rush between lecture halls and coffee shops, tourists and locals mingle in the bustling streets, and joggers pound the windswept miles of West Sands beach.At the same time, a gentler pace is easy to find: in the quiet quadrangles, gardens, spas, fairways and parklands of St Andrews, time slows down a little. St Andrews is home to some of the country`s finest examples of medieval architecture, and its castle and cathedral ruins, fortified gates, chapels and towers provide a framework for the town`s distinctive character.
An opportunity to explore For a town centre that measures less than a mile across, St Andrews offers an astonishing array of places to shop, eat, drink and enjoy yourself. Its narrow alleys and cobbled streets are packed with quirky bookshops, galleries, markets and restaurants. Away from the town centre, miles of delightful paths wind through forests, across sandbanks and along cliffs.
A space to play St Andrews is known the world over as the Home of Golf, and has become a place of pilgrimage for professional golfers and enthusiastic amateurs alike. The famous Old Course is only one of 11 great courses in the area, and from specialist shops to golf museums, the love of the links permeates the area. But don`t think for a minute that golf is the only game in town: from skydiving to horse-riding, via beach kayaking and traction kiting, there`s no shortage of adrenaline rushes.
A backdrop for romance As if castle ruins and beach sunsets weren`t romantic enough, St Andrews has been bathed in a rosy glow since becoming the setting of a real-life royal romance; that of Prince William and Kate Middleton (now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge), who both studied here. The couple joins the ranks of the one in ten St Andrews graduates who marries a fellow alumnus.
A seat of learning St Andrews is Scotland`s oldest university and the third oldest in the English-speaking world. It has an immense influence on the life of the town: during term-time, students from 120 countries make up a third of the town`s population. One of the UK`s most prestigious academic institutions, St Andrews has earned a world-class reputation for its teaching and research, which ranges from the discovery of new planets to crucial advances within medicine and literature.
A place to call home We have put a lot of thought into the specification of our Abbey Park development, making sure that the Georgian-style townhouses and elegant apartments have fixtures and fittings that are as stylish as their surroundings. Traditional skills are used alongside modern materials to create homes that are thoughtfully designed, solidly built and beautifully finished. This top-of-the-range quality, combined with an unrivalled location, make an Abbey Park home a joy to live in.
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