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Luxury house builder Kirkwood Homes has recently unveiled three of its highly anticipated developments south of Aberdeen, in Cove, Stonehaven and Portlethen.

Demand has already been high, with customers making a bee-line to snap up properties.

Located just three miles from Aberdeen’s city centre is Brodie Mews, Cove.

This superb development offers a varied selection of two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom terraced, semi-detached and four-bedroom detached homes.

With prices starting at £197,995, the properties will be finished to Kirkwood’s superior level of specification and of the highest quality.

Situated in the Charleston area, the development’s access to local amenities is excellent. Offering a variety of shops, restaurants and schools, Cove is ideal for families and those who are looking to be within close proximity to the city.

Aberdeen’s city centre is only a 10-minute drive away, giving you access to an array of shops, cinemas, restaurants and entertainment.

Cove has regular bus links around the city, meaning Brodie Mews is an ideal location for those who need to commute for work and is within walking distance of Altens and Tullos.

The A90 is also within easy reach making it simple to travel to the north or the south.


Set on a naturally formed harbour, Cove originated as a fishing village – the harbour can still be accessed and is complemented by the stunning sea views. While retaining a traditional feel, Cove has much to offer those looking for modern living.

Kirkwood Homes managing director Colin Crombie said: “Cove continues to be a popular location for home buyers.

“Brodie Mews has already received a high level of interest, with a number of reservations already taken.

“The development has something for everyone, whether you are looking for an easy commute to work or a welcoming community to raise a family.”

Fixed prices are from £197,995; call 07702 517752 for further information and an appointment to view.

Kirkwood Homes has been delighted at the magnificent response to its Ury Estate development at Stonehaven where 16 reservations were taken in the first weekend of release.

Colin Crombie said: “It shows customers have recognised this is an exceptional opportunity to live in a prestigious development.”

Surrounded by history and countryside charm, the development of 85 luxury homes is set within the grounds of the historic Ury House.

Luxurious three, four and five-bedroom detached homes will be built. This is a rare opportunity to own a property on a 15th-century Scottish country estate.

Stonehaven, located on the coast, offers many attractive amenities. There is a choice of three primary schools and a secondary school.

The town boasts many attractions, including the UK’s only heated Olympic-sized open-air swimming pool situated at the beachfront and historic activities such as spectacular Dunnottar Castle.


Only 15 miles from Aberdeen, Stonehaven has good transport links to and from the city centre with regular train and bus services.

Colin Crombie said: “There has been a large amount of interest in this development due to its unique location. Sixteen properties have already been sold in the first phase of this development, leaving only six available to be sold.

“The town has lots to offer the modern family; this unique opportunity gives someone the chance to own a stunning property on a large Scottish country estate.”

The marketing suite is open Thu-Mon, 11am-5pm, with fixed prices from £324,995; call 07860 455824 for further details.

Kirkwood Homes also has available the next phase of housing at its popular Portlethen development, May Craig Gardens, which has prices starting at £444,995.

Kirkwood is offering a select mix of 30 luxury detached homes compromising three, four and five bedrooms all with a high level of specification and attention to detail.

Portlethen has much to offer, with a large choice of shops and restaurants and a popular golf course.

The town also has a leisure complex, including a swimming pool and gym for those who like to keep active. A railway station is within walking distance from the development which offers regular services to and from Aberdeen city. For further details and an appointment to view call 07860 455824.

For more information about each of Kirkwood Homes’ developments, visit