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Stewart Milne Homes releases new phase at Dunnottar Park, Stonehaven

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Stewart Milne Homes are officially launching the first homes in the new phase at Dunnottar Park in Stonehaven on Saturday 3rd November.

The new phase of the popular development will feature two, three, four and five bedroom homes to meet the needs and aspirations of a range of homeowners; from first time buyers and young couples starting out, through to growing families and those looking to downsize.

Whilst the layout of the new community will mirror the history of Stonehaven, the homes are designed to meet the demands of 21st century family living with well-planned living areas for entertaining and family time through to high specification kitchens.

Each and every home will feature the high level of quality workmanship and design on which Stewart Milne Homes has built its reputation and buyers will also have the opportunity to personalise their new home with a choice of kitchens, vanity units and tiling all available.

Prices at the new phase start from £200,000 for the two bedroom Aberwood, making it eligible for Help to Buy from the Scottish Government. Buyers only need a 5% deposit* with the Government scheme providing a loan of up to 15% of the value and this interest free loan helps to make buying a home more affordable.

The stylish terraced home features a light and airy entrance hall which opens into a contemporary fitted kitchen, with high quality integrated appliances. A bright and spacious living room, with French doors leading to the rear garden, provides a lovely space for entertaining friends or relaxing with the family, while a WC and convenient storage space complete the downstairs of the home.

The upstairs of the home features a good-sized master bedroom with built-in wardrobes while across the landing there is a second bedroom, also with built-in wardrobes and a luxurious family bathroom incorporating Porcelanosa tiling.  An additional room offers an ideal space for a nursery, study or child’s room.

The leading housebuilder is also offering Part Exchange* on selected properties to help take the stress and strain out of moving home.

John Low, managing director of Stewart Milne Homes, said: “We are proud of the new community we have created at Dunnottar Park which combines distinctive homes with a stunning coastal location that is within easy reach of Aberdeen.

“These additional homes will further enhance the community and have been designed by our award-winning team so the high level of design and finish of the homes matches the quality of the surrounding environment.”

Dunnottar Park is well situated within Stonehaven and the coastal market town is known for the magnificent Dunnottar Castle as well as its walks and stunning views of the coast. It is perfectly placed for commuting to Aberdeen which is just 30 minutes by car or 20 minutes by train.

Prices at Dunnottar Park start from £200,000 and for further information please visit

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