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Imminent Launch Of Luxury Glasgow Apartments

Posted 9 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

CALA Homes is about to release the most luxurious apartments yet at its landmark Jordanhill Park development...

CALA Homes (West), is preparing to launch its most luxurious apartments to date at Jordanhill Park, and is providing a glimpse of what buyers can expect from the hotly anticipated new collection.

The first homes within the prestigious David Stow Collection are set to be released for sale within the coming month – and will showcase the sympathetic restoration of Glasgow’s much-loved former teaching college.

A stalwart of the Glasgow skyline, which is in its centenary year, the Class-B Listed building is set to become home to 64 apartments at the heart of CALA Homes’ flagship development. Nestled among acres of lush green space, on completion, The David Stow Collection will offer a selection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. The first phase will see 18 apartments released for sale, giving potential buyers the unique opportunity to make their home in one of Glasgow’s most iconic historic buildings, within one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods.

Potential buyers will have the opportunity to visit the two-bedroom show apartment within the David Stow to get a flavour of what life could be like within the iconic building.

Within the carefully preserved red sandstone building, each individually designed apartment retains key period features, including ceiling heights of up to 3.8 metres and Crittall-style windows to ensure homes that are not only flooded with light, but also offer outstanding views of the surrounding parkland and the city beyond.

Jordanhill ParkThe team at Jordanhill Park is expecting the apartments to attract plenty of attention from buyers eager to secure a piece of history with a contemporary twist. Liana Canavan, sales and marketing director from CALA Homes (West), said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be counting down the final weeks ahead of launching The David Stow Collection. The restoration work so far has been a labour of love for the team, and we’re very excited to finally invite potential buyers in to see the results, and what is on offer.

“The collection truly offers the best of both worlds on a number of fronts. Firstly, the spectacular outdoor setting and equally stunning interior features strike the perfect balance. On top of this, buyers can enjoy the period features that come with a property housed within an historic building yet featuring the specification and quality of a new build home. Add to that the abundance of parkland on the doorstep whilst being just a stone’s throw from the West End and the city beyond, and you have a truly outstanding proposition.

“It will be unsurprising to hear that we’ve received a lot of enquiries from people eager to avoid the bidding wars of the second-hand home market, keen to know exactly when the properties will become available to reserve, so we’re anticipating a great deal of interest when we launch in the coming weeks. I would encourage anyone who hasn’t already, to register with us for updates and get ready to make an appointment to see the stunning show apartment when it opens.”

Each apartment within The David Stow Collection will feature sleek, German-crafted kitchens by Nolte featuring Silestone worktops and integrated Siemens appliances; contemporary bathrooms with Duravit sanitaryware, stylish towel warmers and fitted mirrors; and allocated parking, video entry and secure private storage space. Find out more at www.cala.co.uk.

 

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