A Town Hall Decision To Make You Happy

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A STUNNING transformation of an iconic Town Hall building is offering buyers the chance to enjoy some civic pride by snapping up an upmarket, modern apartment in one of Scotland’s most picturesque towns.

The completion of the redevelopment of the historic Kinross Town Hall has seen the creation of nine, one and two bedroom apartments which couple architectural heritage with contemporary style.

Set on the bustling high street, the premium development is ideal for first-time buyers looking for more value for money away from high-priced city properties or downsizers looking to move to a modern and stylish home.

 

 

Each apartment has been individually designed by a team of architects and come fitted with high quality materials throughout to create the best standard of accommodation in the area.

On the market with Your Move, prices start at £180,000, with Help to Buy prices for first-time buyers from £153,000, subject to eligibility.

Simon Leeman, Development Manager, said: “Kinross is one of the most attractive places to live in Scotland so we’re delighted to offer people a rare chance to buy a stunning apartment in the town.

“This development is a great choice for young people looking to escape extortionate city prices while staying within easy reach for the commute.

 

 

“Likewise, it’s perfect for downsizers looking to free up cash to explore their passions yet still live in high quality surroundings.”

Kinross Town Hall is one of the area’s key landmarks, complete with an imposing clock tower, which combines an eclectic blend of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture.

The initial work on the building started in 1841 when a post office was built around the church steeple, while the Town Hall was completely finished in 1868.

The project has renovated and revitalised the famous old building and discerning buyers will enjoy generous living spaces bathed in natural light, as well as the opportunity to live in a place steeped in history.

High quality materials have been used throughout, from timber sash and case windows made in Scotland, to hardwood doors and a traditional slate roof, all of which combine to improve energy efficiency.

 

 

Underfloor heating and Google Nest smart boilers help keep the homes cosy in winter months, while also keeping energy bills down.

Stuart Graham, Site Manager, said: “We’re proud that not only are we offering an array of stylish apartments but we’ve been able to restore a historic building and as such, we’ve integrated the existing war memorials into the building to pay homage to its history.

“The finishes of the properties are much higher than you’d get for the same price in Edinburgh while buyers who reserve in November will receive free flooring throughout their new home.

“Help to Buy is available as well across all of the one bedroom apartments, giving people the chance to move into the first property of their dreams.”

Kinross represents an ideal option for those looking to escape the hectic nature of city life.

As one of the most attractive places to live in the country, the county is awash with culture, boasting the famous Loch Leven, a bird sanctuary and historic castle as well as scenic walking routes, fishing spots and a host of top golf courses all within 25 miles of Edinburgh.

To find out more call 01383 739 729 or email: [email protected]

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