Half of the properties in the prestigious Park Circus area of the city’s West End have now sold off plan. Since launching last August, Park Quadrant Residences has proved popular with a range of buyers, from over-50s downsizers to first-time buyers and investors, with an average of nearly one home being sold every week.
Buyers have been attracted to facilities, including lift access, underfloor heating, underground parking and a permanent residence manager. High quality fixtures include premium Leicht kitchen furniture with integrated Gaggenau and Siemens appliances and exquisite Kohler bathrooms designed exclusively for the development.
The collection of 98 apartments which span six floors will form the missing piece of the original design for Park Circus first envisioned by architect Charles Wilson in 1851. The properties include a selection of two and three-bedroom apartments, and also two, three and four-bedroom duplexes set over two levels with private gardens to the front and terraces to the rear. Penthouses, which span the entire floor of each block and boast breathtaking views over the city, are also available.
Gordon Coster, Director at Ambassador Developments Park Quadrant Limited, said: “There has been significant and sustained interest in Park Quadrant Residences since its launch just over a year ago and this milestone is another sign of that. The attention to detail throughout each home and the first-class specification are proving hugely popular among buyers.”
Savills Head of New Homes, Director Carole Mackie, said: “The appeal of Glasgow’s West End continues to grow, and Park Quadrant Residences in particular has hit the right note in terms of luxury and location.
“It is encouraging that the first half of the development has sold quickly, but we are continuing to talk to many more new buyers, from within the city and much further afield, who are considering making a new home in one of Glasgow’s most desirable settings.”
Prices at Park Quadrant Residences start from £410,000. The marketing suite is open 11am to 6pm Monday and Friday, 11am to 7pm Thursday and 11am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday. You’ll find more details here.