When it comes to location, we really pulled out the stops this year when it came to new developments. ‘Location, location, location’, as they say, is key.
Before you even consider moving house, or buying your first property, there are a few questions worth asking yourself.
Are you where you need and want to be? Do you want peace and quiet, or shops and restaurants on your doorstep? What Council Tax band will you be in? Is the property close enough to where you work? What about the local schools?
Depending on your answers to the above, we may have the perfect solution to your househunting challenges – Guildtown, only 20 mins from Perth on the A93 to Blairgowrie.
Within this rural idyll, you could be part of a lovely sized development of 24 homes – not too big, not too small. Contained enough to know your neighbours and feel part of the community, but large enough to offer privacy and peace, should that be your preference.
Guildtown really is a lovely little village with a fantastic location, and a lot to offer. Not only does it have its own primary school and well established local pub/restaurant but is only five miles from Scone, making the area ideal for those working in Perth but seeking a quieter and more rural lifestyle.
What’s more, we have a stunning new showhome, welcoming visitors from now up until Sunday 18 December, re-opening on Saturday 7 January 2017.
The beautifully styled four bedroom detached bungalow, a ‘Glen Arklet’, is a prime example of the 24 homes being created by the Perth builders at ‘Oakbank’.
With prices starting at £149,500, the development will see a selection of two bedroom semi-detached bungalows, three and four bedroom detached bungalows and four bedroom detached homes.
Essentially, we will also be offering some of the most sought-after Stephen house styles which will be ideal for everyone from first-time buyers and downsizing couples to growing families.
Why not pop out and visit the showhome before Christmas? Our sales advisor Jackie Brown is ready to welcome you from 1-5pm, on Saturdays and Sundays. Alternatively, to visit at a more convenient time, call us on 01738 620721, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrange a viewing.