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SPONSORED: More choice at Countesswells with launch of Jubilee Walk

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Buyers looking to live in Aberdeen’s newest community will be even more spoilt for choice with a new phase of homes at Countesswells planned for the new year.

Jubilee Walk will be the latest phase from award winning housebuilder, Stewart Milne Homes and will feature a collection of two, three four and five bedroom properties across 22 individual styles including terraced, semi-detached and detached homes.

Each home offers something different but all share the exacting standards and quality of craftsmanship that Stewart Milne Homes has built its reputation on, including spacious open plan interiors, elevated ceiling heights, integrated appliances and down lights in the kitchen to turfed private rear gardens and paved driveways outside the home.

The new phase follows the success of the first neighbourhood, Regency Place, which is home to over 160 families and boasts extensive landscaped grounds including the Cults Burn Park, a playpark and a community orchard.

As with Regency Place, Jubilee Park will be set within Aberdeen’s tranquil western woodland, offering vibrant outdoor amenities where residents can enjoy their new surroundings including woodland trails, cycle paths and horse trails that make the most of the stunning rural backdrop. Outdoor enthusiasts are also well placed with the hills at Bennachie and Aberdeen beach just a short drive away while golf and forestry walks can be enjoyed in nearby Hazelhead.

The tranquil surroundings are conveniently paired with excellent transport links and Aberdeen city centre is just five miles away offering access to host of shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities as well as work for those employed in the city. The new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route also provides easy access to Dundee and further south.

The suburb of Cults is just five minutes away offering a mix of restaurants, boutiques, salons and independent retailers while Prime Four Business Park in Kingswells is just a four minute drive away.

Commenting, John Low, Managing Director of Stewart Milne Homes, said: “Jubilee Walk is an exciting new community which has been designed to ensure new homeowners can live life to the full.

“Our stunning homes are complemented by beautiful surroundings which offer a wide range of leisure and social activities so there is something for everyone to enjoy. Coupled with its proximity to Aberdeen City Centre and neighbouring suburbs, we anticipate that interest will be strong for our new range of homes at Jubilee Walk.

“The addition of Jubilee Walk, further extends our choice of homes available at the exceptional new community and Countesswells and we’re looking forward to launching next year.”

Countesswells has everything for busy residents and as the new community grows, it will also offer a host of local amenities, including education facilities, a medical and community centre, commercial and retail space as well as hyper-fast broadband – 35 times faster than the UK average.

With prices starting from £200,000 for a two bedroom Banbury terraced home, Jubilee Walk is also eligible for Help to Buy from the Scottish Government. Stewart Milne Homes is also supporting those looking to get on the property ladder with its flexible First Time Buyers Plan that can be tailored to suit each individual buyer’s needs, whether that’s support on LLBT or a deposit.

For more information visit stewartmilnehomes.com

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