With its three-bedroom Achmore showhome now available to view, CHAP Homes is building 53 two, three and four-bedroom detached and semi-detached family houses on the Lochter site in Inverurie.
Just 30 minutes’ drive from Aberdeen, there are stunning views of Bennachie from some properties, and the new development, adjacent to the Ury Riverside Park, is beside the local primary school, with the academy and the town centre nearby.
Price for the first release range from £199,990 – £337,990.
Christine MacDonald, Crest of Lochter sales advisor, said: “These contemporary homes are stunning inside and out.
“Externally, charcoal grey windows and doors complement grey feature stone, lending, a crisp, modern finish. And inside each property will be built to a particularly high specification, including quality-fitted Roca Spanish bathrooms and en-suites, together with German Nobilia kitchens with integrated modern appliances.”
And to make choosing a move to Crest of Lochter even easier, we’ve put together a short list of just some of things to do with the family in and around the town.
The Garioch Sports Centre has loads on for both adults and kids. Activities for youngsters include football, squash, badminton and judo.
One of the most popular starting points to explore nearby landmark Bennachie is its visitor centre, which tells the story of the hill and its heritage, the people who used to live there as well as the wildlife that makes the area its home today.
From Hoodles Playbarn in nearby Oldmeldrum to the Skyline Trampoline Park, you’ll never be short of ideas for things to do with the wee ones, whatever the weather.
Fill your boots
You’ll find a load of great places to eat nearby, including the Kilted Frog delicatessen in West High Street, Fennel in Burn Lane, and nearby Formartine’s, set in stunning woodland at Haddo Estate.