Houses are selling fast at Croftfield Park
Thirty houses in the Croftfield Park development have sold off plan as the builder says demand has been“quite outstanding”.
Dawn Homes is currently building 94 homes on the old Croftfoot playing fields and says interest in its two and three-bedroom homes is exceptional.
The developer is due to launch its sales camp and show home on the Kirkconnel Drive site next week, but says one third of the properties have already been snapped up.
Martin Egan, managing director of Dawn Homes Ltd, said:“The sales interest we have had is quite outstanding. To date we have sold 30 homes and the way things are going it looks as though we will have most of them sold by next year. “The sales rate is fantastic.” He added:“Construction has started on site and the sales camp will be open within the next week or so to allow people to see the show home.
“But people have been buying off plan and visiting other locations throughout the West of Scotland to see the house types available. They have then chosen the plot from the plan.”
The development will include terraced and semi-detached homes, whilst a large part of the 4.6-hectare site will be landscaped and include flood defences.
A path connecting the development to Croftfoot Train Station will also be built.
Planning permission for Croftfield Park was granted in November last year, 10 years after talk of residential development on the land was first muted.