First Residents Move into Chapelton Cottages
Published on 20 September 2017
Stephen’s initial range of single storey cottages are now complete at Chapelton, on the outskirts of Aberdeen, with the first residents already moved in and calling the town home.
The two and three-bedroom properties have proven extremely popular since being added to the town’s street scene, with ten of them reserved off plan in just a few months.
Tom Buchanan, Marketing Manager of Perth-based Stephen commented, “We are very excited to welcome Chapelton’s latest residents and to see them enjoying the new single storey cottages. With our cottage view home opening this weekend we look forward to receiving more positive feedback and further reservations.
“We have received an extremely positive response to the three new cottage layouts with buyers and Chapelton residents alike commenting on the versatility of the homes and the lifestyle that they provide.”
The Duke of Fife, Director of Elsick Development Company which is leading the project, added, “Chapelton is widely recognised as a lively, appealing and community-focused place to live, and we are proud of the range of properties on offer. New residents are moving into the town on a regular basis, and we are continuing to act on feedback received from the community to influence how the development progresses.”
The new cottage view home will open its doors at 11am on Saturday 23 September 2017 and, thereafter, open from Thursday to Monday, 11am until 5pm.
Notes to Editors:
The first neighbourhood within the development, Cairnhill, sets out a blueprint for a new sustainable community in the region. Its key features include:
• A self-sufficient and walkable community with shops, services and jobs, all accessible by foot or cycle
• A neighbourhood centre and high street
• Primary school and playing fields that can be used by both students and other residents
• Leisure and community amenities; retail and business facilities; opportunities for economic development
• Opportunities to integrate with and support the existing communities in the area and excellent transport links to major routes