Caledonia Estate Agency are delighted to offer these well appointed apartments for sale, built to a high specification and benefiting from an eco. friendly Bio-Mass heating system. Bio-mass materials are considered a carbon-neutral source of energy in that despite producing carbon dioxide when burnt, they release roughly the same amount they absorb while growing.
Each apartment will have their own dedicated entrance along with an en-suite shower room, external cycle storage and private parking. The ground floor apartments will benefit from underfloor heating and patio doors to the front and the first floor apartments will have radiators and a Juliette balcony.
The developers are registered with the Scottish Government's Help To Buy (Scotland) Scheme which enables buyers to purchase a property with a minimum 5% deposit and an interest free equity loan of up to 15% of the purchase price. The scheme is open to everybody purchasing a main residence, not just first time buyers and we would encourage anybody interested to make an early enquiry, as previous years allocations were snapped up in the early stages of the scheme.
We are confident these apartments are sure to be popular as they will be economical to run, easy to maintain and are close to local facilities.
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