Wake up every day to the best of Scottish scenery at Aria Resorts‘ most northerly resort, Glendevon. Nestled in the leafy countryside of perfect Perthshire, and within an hour of both Glasgow and Edinburgh, Glendevon is a stunning residential and leisure development of cosy lodges from Prestige Homeseeker with spectacular views across the glen and the heather covered mountains.
A number of optimum lifestyle opportunities have just opened up in the form of 17 residential lodges (which can also be used for leisure purposes), making Glendevon the ideal spot to retreat or to retire for a simpler and slower pace of life.
Year-round living on UK resorts is proving increasingly popular, not least for its multiple financial and lifestyle benefits. It allows many to downsize to a smaller and more manageable home on a well-maintained and serviced site all with a surprisingly low cost of living. Newly built with brand new energy efficient appliances and excellent insulation, the residential lodges are generally cheaper to run than conventional homes. There are also strong social and wellbeing benefits with a robust community feel at the heart of such resorts. Neighbours and site staff form a tight knit community, embellishing the lifestyle of resort living where homeowners can settle and thrive year-round without having to worry about closed seasons.
With a starting price of just £190,000, the modern residential park homes and luxury holiday lodges at Glendevon are beautifully designed to give the finest style of living and a truly cosy, homely feel, offering significant value for this calibre of property and hot-spot location. The range of Prestige Homeseeker lodges available include the Sonata, Sofia, Glass House and outstanding Casa di Lusso.
The Casa Di Lusso with its two bedrooms, has two sets of stylish French doors and a spacious outdoor decking area for relaxing and entertaining under the Scottish night sky.
The Glass House is as spectacular as its name suggests, with its architecturally inspired roof design which allows for indoor stargazing, vaulted ceiling throughout and sleek and contemporary sky lights.
Amongst the Sonata’s defining features is the delightful Dorma above the entrance. The lounge and dining area houses a feature fire place for snuggly winter nights and the separate kitchen will let you cook up a storm, before shutting the door on the dishes!
The Sofia boasts a soft hue colour palette, sophisticated internal glazed French doors and a vaulted ceiling in the lounge, kitchen and diner.
With excellent quality finishes, fixtures and flairs, all of the lodges are fully furnished and ready to move into immediately, making relocating simple and stress free. All homes come with a 10-year structural warranty and are built to British Standard 3632. All boast outdoor spaces within their immediate vicinity, in addition to the vast open space surrounding the resort.
The tranquil, predominantly residential resort has something for all types of people, whether activity seeker or laid-back wanderer. It is based in close proximity to woodland trails, rippling lochs surrounded by ancient rustling forests, imposing mountains and the most majestic castles. Add to this an impressive choice of 30 golf courses within a 30-mile radius, world class fishing in the Devon River, trout fishing in nearby reservoirs and an array of options for dining out close by and it is easy to see why Glendevon provides the good life. Just six miles from the site, nestled in the Ochil Hills on the northern bank of the River Devon is the quaint town of Dollar, an ideal base for exploring Clackmannanshire and the city of Stirling.
Paul Nicols, Sales Director at Aria Resorts said: “Those who make the lifestyle move to a year-round resort can enjoy countless benefits. In particular, our Glendevon resort is located in an enviable postcode resulting in property prices being relatively high in the local area, therefore buying a park home with a 99 year lease gives you the opportunity to live in a desirable area for less. Our residential homes are finished with beautiful furnishings and fittings which would command a high price in a comparable sized property. You are also likely to find the council tax banding lower than in a traditional property located in this area. It’s a win, win.”
Paul continued: “Located approximately one hour away from the hustle and bustle of both Glasgow and Edinburgh means that resort dwellers can enjoy the best of both worlds at an affordable cost. Whether you are looking to downsize, your kids have flown the nest or you are simply looking for a second home, Aria Resort’s residential and leisure homes offer a fantastic alternative to more traditional homes in the market and are definitely worth considering.”
For further information on Aria Resorts’ properties across all of its resorts, visit their website or contact them on 01683 240 313.