CALA surpasses £20m sales mark at flagship Edinburgh development
A bold and sweeping arc of glass-fronted apartments situated within the Donaldson’s estate in Edinburgh’s West End has reached a key milestone with the first “core” fully sold.
Launched by CALA Homes (East) and designed by the renowned architect Richard Murphy OBE, a stairwell at The Crescent has now been fully sold with more than 18 buyers having now moved in.
With current availability priced from £975,000 to £1,750,000, total sales have topped £20 million.
More move in dates at the UNESCO World Heritage Site are confirmed for the coming months.
Philip Hogg, sales and marketing director with CALA Homes (East), said: “Residents moving in adds a whole new element to The Crescent and is rewarding for the teams to see.
“This has always been a hugely ambitious project quite unlike anything built in the city in recent times, so I’m really pleased to see buyers responding so positively.
“There is an amazing diversity to the home types here too. For instance, the vast duplexes could easily become a family home, whereas the garden apartments are a downsizer’s dream. They all have a unique feel.”
In the short time since launch, The Crescent has been awarded a number of prestigious industry accolades, most recently taking the prize for Best Show Home at The Herald property awards.
It is home to the country’s “most comprehensive provision of electric vehicle charging”, with infrastructure in place for all 84 homes to access through their private underground parking bays.
In addition, the landscaped 18-acre grounds have become the largest shared gardens in the city.
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