Only a handful of homes left at Hillpark

Situated in the prestigious and highly sought after area of Blackhall, Edinburgh, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes’ Hillpark development offers househunters luxurious living with its range of exclusive townhouses.

With just two new Jura townhouses and three apartments – formerly of our rental portfolio - remaining, househunters are being urged to move quickly if they want to bag themselves one of Hillpark’s covetable properties.

The beautifully presented three-bedroom Jura townhouse, which is spread out over four floors, is a spacious and flexible living space. With its generously proportioned rooms and accommodating layout, which can offer four or even five bedrooms, it’s perfect for growing modern families.

The stylish two-bedroom Shiel apartment boasts an impressively spacious lounge with a five aspect bay window with triple French doors and quaint Parisian balcony. Embracing both style and substance the property also benefits from ample storage with fitted wardrobes in the master bedroom and additional storage in the hall.

There are two Teacuis style apartments available at the development, one of which is an elegant garden flat with plush French doors leading to the green space – though both apartments offer an alluring sense of grandeur. The impressive accommodation provides a home with a view as the airy lounge and kitchen enjoy views of a mature and rich woodland area to the rear.

Just four short miles from the bustling capital city of Edinburgh, the development is ideal for buyers looking for a peaceful area with easy access to the city centre. In addition to being an excellent choice for commuters, residents of Hillpark will also never be short of things to do with a whole host of local leisure facilities available, including Blackhall Tennis Club, Murrayfield Golf Club and plenty of shops in nearby Davidson Mains.

The spacious, green development also benefits from magnificent views over Edinburgh and Fife - including Calton Hill and Pentlands’ fine ridges.

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