Houses are sell­ing fast at Croft­field Park

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Edel Ke­nealy

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.

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