There is no single unique selling point about the Kincaldrum Park development – there are lots and that in itself is unusual, if not unique.
Kincaldrum Park comprises five individually designed luxury converted steadings in a courtyard setting 10 miles north of Dundee and very close to the A90 in an area closely associated with the late Queen Mother. The homes range from a single storey, three bedroom property of 111 square metres through double storey two bedroom properties to a double storey three bedroom home with a total overall floor area of 186 square metres. The stone from the original steadings has been sympathetically used in the conversions to keep the traditional appearance and character outside while inside the very latest in fittings have been incorporated.
The setting is unique. Kincaldrum Park is in a stunning rural location with exceptional views over the surrounding countryside of Strathmore, the Perthshire Hills and Grampian foothills. Next to the development is the impressive architectural ruin of Kincaldrum House, once the home of Edward Baxter, a Dundee jute baron and Liberal MP.
Each of the five houses is unique and much thought and detail has gone into every home with regard to lighting, layout, storage and space. Each has its own garden area and designated parking areas. Internally, each is fitted with Norwegian high-performance double glazed windows, German kitchens full appliances – a dishwasher, built-in fridge freezer, ceramic hob, stainless steel splashbacks and extractor hoods all come as standard – solid wood worktops, high-quality stainless door furniture, carpets, oak panelled internal doors and high quality sanitary ware. Each is fitted with solid oaks external doors. Heating is oil fired with a combi boiler.
“We think the views from this location are absolutely stunning, each property features beautiful large windows to frame and capture the surroundings at every opportunity,” said Amanda Wiewiorka of Wardhaugh Property Management Ltd., the selling agent. “We are delighted to be associated with such a quality development.”
Another unique feature is the very deep window sills, made possible by the traditional building methods of a bygone age which have been incorporated into this development.