Desirable Deeside continues to be a hit with buyers
Having proved a hit with buyers, Bancon Homes has now launched sales of the second phase of luxury homes at its Lochside of Leys development in Banchory.
With only two homes currently left for sale, the next phase consists of 78 three, four and five bedroom detached homes.
These beautiful homes combine a luxury specification with designer kitchens, superior craftsmanship, versatile interiors and modern connectivity throughout. There are nine different house styles which aim to suit a range of buyers and their lifestyle expectations. Prices start from only £312,495 for a three bedroom Cairn home.
Positioned on the Hill of Banchory, Lochside of Leys enjoys a wonderful woodland setting adjacent to the Loch of Leys Nature Conservation Site (LNCS), just minutes from the town centre and 30 minutes from Aberdeen.
Surrounded by mature trees, homes have been designed to blend into the local area with traditional Deeside architectural features and natural timber cladding.
For those who like getting outdoors, each home comes with a large garden many of which are south facing, ideal for relaxing in, playing in and al fresco entertaining.
For the more adventurous, there are a range of outside pursuits close by whether that’s walking in the surrounding countryside or a visit to the spectacular Cairngorms national park and three ski centres
Jo Skinner, sales director at Bancon Homes, said: “Lochside of Leys is a beautiful development in an outstanding location. For families there are not only plenty of things to do both in Banchory and the wider area, but Banchory Academy is one of Scotland’s top rated secondary schools, enabling buyers to feel comfortable that their children are getting the best possible education.
“We’re also pleased to make a significant contribution to the local economy as part of our planning obligations. This will help fund the primary school and the town’s community, recreational and healthcare facilities, as well as the upgrade of further stretches of the core path network.”