Bancon Homes is to convert a former chapel into four unique, high-specification properties in Aberdeen’s city centre.
Part of the popular west end Aspire development, Aspire House will consist of four two-bedroom, self-contained properties which blend stunning high-quality modern appliances and technology with traditional character including high ceilings, granite pillars and stained-glass windows. The properties will range in size from 88sqm to 140sqm.
Named after iconic areas across the North-east, prospective homeowners will be able to pick from the Ardoe, Ferryhill, Maryculter and Skene house styles, meaning that each one of these exclusive homes home is completely unique to the owner.
The development is accessible off Claremont Street and Union Grove and has galleries, theatres, museums, fantastic shops, award-winning restaurants, bars and nightlife all within easy walking distance.
Designed with the buyer in mind, Aspire House exudes quality and attention to detail. Each of the properties will benefit from German designed Leicht kitchens by Kitchens International with bespoke bathrooms and lighting and private off road parking, a rarity in the west end.
Jo Skinner, sales and marketing director at Bancon Homes said: “Unique is a term that is often over-used but Aspire House will offer four properties which are completely different and genuinely unique.
“There is a demand for modern city centre living and Aspire House caters to this whilst also providing stunning period features, such as intricate stained-glass, large picture windows and pillars.
“The previous phases of Aspire have been incredibly popular with houses and apartments selling quickly. The last phase, Aspire Mews was nominated for small private development of the year by Homes for Scotland. We would urge interested parties to register their details and to keep up to date with the development, so they don’t miss out on this rare opportunity.”
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