Eager house buyers queued in their droves on
Saturday 27th October for the hugely anticipated launch of Hawkhead
Village in Paisley. With a waiting list increasing fast, matched
with six properties already sold, it’s clear that Hawkhead Village
is quickly becoming one of the most sought after addresses in
Over 400 people attended the launch of the prestigious development that will see the town’s historical 1930s former hospital brought to new prosperity. Kier Homes in partnership with The Burrell Company will provide a fabulous mix of 326 new and converted properties. Kier Homes will offer new-build apartments, cottages, detached homes and townhouses set within stunning landscaped grounds.
Sharon Spinelli, sales and marketing manager, Kier Homes West Scotland, said: “I am delighted with the interest we have received already at Hawkhead Village, especially at this early stage. Hundreds of people have registered their interest in the development and our waiting list is expanding by the day.”
In Phase One at Hawkhead Village, prospective buyers can view plans for the stunning two bedroom Tait House apartments which are spacious, airy and bright, featuring balconies that will overlook the mature landscaped grounds.
Each will also boast the style and functionality that all Kier Homes provide, including individually designed kitchens with integrated appliances, ceramic wall tiles and under-unit lighting and bathrooms come complete with quality suites and wall tiles.
Economical heating systems and high performance double glazing also comes as standard.
Sharon adds: “These properties are built and designed to suit every type of home buyer from young couples, professionals through to families looking for a sizable home in a great location.”
Kier Homes has been building quality homes in some of Scotland’s most prestigious locations since 1998. Highly regarded in the industry, Kier Homes offers quality and design to a high specification across its entire range of new homes.
Since its beginnings in 1936, Hawkhead Hospital has remained part of a historically and culturally significant group of buildings designed by the acclaimed architect and has also held strong links to the local Paisley community.
Paisley born architect Thomas Smith Tait was a stalwart of Scottish interwar architecture, with a portfolio including the Daily Telegraph building in London, the pylons on Sydney Harbour Bridge and St Andrews House in Edinburgh.
Don’t miss the chance to take a look at the fabulous Hawkhead Village on Hawkhead Road, Paisley. The sales office is open from Monday-Sunday at 10.30am-5.00pm