Places for People's North Edinburgh development has sold out

The final buyers have been welcomed into their new homes at the Granton waterfront Development.

Thursday, 6th May 2021, 12:30 pm

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Launched in 2018 the 55 Degree North development comprises over 100 houses and apartments and is located just over two miles from the Capital.

Sales and Marketing Director for Places for People in Scotland, Allison Sutherland said she is not surprised by the speed of sales.

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Places for People 55 Degree North development, Granton.

Adding that the popularity is partly due to the excellent transport links into the city and the properties enviable location.

She said: “We’re not surprised by the success of 55 Degrees North because it appealed to buyers looking for quality well designed homes that meet the needs of modern living.

“The development is in an enviable location, combining the benefits of modern-day living with excellent transport links for commuters to both the old and new town in Edinburgh. We have received extremely positive feedback from our new homeowners.”

A further Places for People’s development at Longstone, The Green, is close to selling out with 97 per cent of homes already off the market.

Places for People’s development at Longstone, The Green.

Ms Sutherland said: “For prospective customers who missed out buying at 55 Degrees North and are looking for homes in the Edinburgh area, we have released our last remaining homes consisting of two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom townhouses at The Green at Longstone.”

Homes available at The Green include a choice of two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom townhouses.

Each home has modern open plan living areas, high-quality stylish fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, and generous sized bedrooms which include plenty of storage space.

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