£1,035,000 Fixed price
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New Park Place Development, St Andrews, is located within the attractive, prime residential area of St Andrews. This small select development is close to the Lade Braes woodland walk and lies approximately one mile from the historic town centre. The architectural design of the properties blends attractively with the Hepburn Gardens neighbourhood, and offers superb, extremely spacious accommodation on three levels.
The development consists of 7 beautifully designed detached properties, built with care by S Ewing and Son. Plots1 1 &5 are sold and the second phase of the development is now underway and available for sale. This second phase comprises Plots 2,6 &7, all fully detached with double garages, 3 reception rooms,Kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 6 bedrooms, workroom, 3 en-suites, two bathrooms and gardens. The total gross internal floor areas of each house is around 416 square meters.
The specification of these new homes is of an excellent standard.
There is a 10 year CRL Management Ltd Structural Insurance Policy provided with each property.
Plots 3 &4 will form the last phase of the development and are presently unpriced and unreleased.
Telephone 01334 475151 for further enquiries.
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