HIGHLAND Park is a rural retreat for holiday homebuyers or those wanting to invest. Fourteen two-bedroom and two-bathroom houses, starting at £229,500, are set in a terraced configuration around a central courtyard to create a sense of security and community.
The bedrooms and bathrooms are notably large and each house has an “sports store” by the car park for bikes and golf clubs.
Highland Park was selected as one of three Finalists for Small Development of the Year in the 2015 Scottish Home Awards. This was a remarkable achievement for its developer, A&H Developments (Killin) Ltd and a testament to their commitment to innovation and quality in terms of the design and build of the project.
Killin is centrally located within an area with year-round visitor appeal. Its location within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Perthshire, proximity to other popular venues such as Glencoe (45 minutes away) and access to a wide variety of outdoor sports in all seasons, makes Highland Park a natural base for exploring the region.
It is only a 90-minute drive from either Edinburgh or Glasgow and two hours from Aberdeen. The proximity of Highland Park to the centre of Killin (a level 12-minute walk), with all its shops, services, further enhances its appeal.
For golfers, Highland Park is only a three-minute walk from Killin Golf Course, one of the most scenic nine-hole courses in Scotland.
The construction of Highland Park now has been completed and visitors to the site can view any of the unsold houses that may be of interest. All the of the houses are sold with deluxe flooring and window treatments included in the listed price and are ready for immediate occupancy.
All houses are covered by an NHBC Buildmark 10-Year Home Warranty and sold as freehold, with no residency or use restrictions.
Highland Park should be viewed in person to be truly appreciated. The trip to see the development offers the prospect of a great day out in the Scottish Highlands. The scenery on the way to the property is breathtaking – passing many lochs and mountain vistas in the area and on the approach to Killin through Glen Ogle.
The proximity to the centre of Killin with all its shops and amenities enhances its appeal
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