THE HEIGHT OF LUXURY UNVEILED AS CALA LAUNCHES ROXBURGH SHOWHOME IN ABERDEEN
Wednesday, 28 October 2020
One of CALA Homes’ most prestigious housetypes has been unveiled as an impressive showhome at its flagship development in Cults, Aberdeen, and is on the market for £1.395 million.
The Roxburgh at Cults Park is one of the grandest properties available from CALA Homes and is the biggest and most opulent showhome the housebuilder currently has in Scotland.
Fraser Carr, sales and marketing director, said: “We really wanted to make a statement with this showhome. It showcases the best of CALA and what we’re known for – producing market leading, contemporary design-led family homes.
“We only have two available to purchase at Cults Park and believe that there is a real appetite for homes of this size at the moment as the pandemic has caused people to really evaluate what’s important to them in a home.
“Homebuyers are less willing to compromise. They want flexible spaces that can suit all their needs and The Roxburgh ticks all the boxes.”
The property has been styled by Haus Interiors to showcase the understated elegance of this showpiece five-bedroom family home.
It has a spacious kitchen/ dining/ living area as well as a separate formal lounge, dining room and study. The first floor features a balcony located off the landing, an expansive family bathroom and five generously sized bedrooms, three of which have an en-suite.
The property also boasts a separate double garage with annex located above – the perfect area for a teenage hangout, a home office, gym or guest space.
Felicity Stevens, director at Haus Interiors, said: “When creating the interiors for this property, we wanted to keep things simple and understated, using the best quality furniture, lighting and fabrics. As it’s such a beautiful home with so many great, spacious and flexible rooms, a touch of elegance was all it really needed to bring the home to life.”
The formal lounge is located at the back of the property and is a fantastic family space, perfect for entertaining. With access to the garden through French doors, this room can be really versatile. The soft, neutral tones and textures create an opulent and aspirational feel.
The centre-piece of the room is an extra wide, bespoke media wall which has a TV at its centre, flanked by shelving with integrated LED lighting and antique gold touches throughout.
The ceiling fixed curtains really show off the unusually high ceilings, as well as softening the room with waves of fabric going from wall to wall. Pops of forest green and aubergine in the cushions, and well sourced accessories, add the finishing touches.
The open-plan kitchen, dining and living area is the hub of the home. It has an extremely generously sized kitchen and worktop space, which has been coupled with a comfortable and cosy alternative living space. The sleek kitchen has a high gloss finish in light grey.
The living area features an oak textured sideboard, a black coffee table with wooden top and metal frame, watercolour patterned wallpaper and textured cushions, which transform this room into a warm and inviting space.
Beside the seating area are another set of French doors leading into the garden.
A key feature of the room is a bespoke grey upholstered banquette seating and dining area which is paired with an oak dining table and is tucked in a corner of the room. This space can be used for a more relaxed dining experience, and a place where the kids can come and do their homework away from their bedrooms.
The centrepiece of the formal dining room is a dark wooden dining table which is contrasted with eight white upholstered dining chairs. The large dining table really helps to showcase just how generous the space is in this room.
A feature length dark wood sideboard, hand painted art work and large ceramic based table lamps add a touch of luxury to the room and complement the stunning dining room table.
Tucked away in a corner of this grand home is a study.
A black wooden desk and leather chair sit beneath the window, allowing its occupier to enjoy the views and the light that floods into the room. The room has a colourful “scandi” feel to it with a pop of green which was used to create a calming atmosphere.
The main bedroom was inspired by the opulence of a luxury hotel suite and has been designed to be a real luxurious sanctuary to escape to. The room features a super-king bed framed by a bespoke feature headboard, flanked on both sides by panels of wallpaper and brass and white leather bedside tables.
The various textures, elements of charcoal and pop of blush pink used create a really sophisticated look.
The bedroom has his and hers integrated wardrobes as well as an en-suite which includes a luxurious bath and a separate shower and is finished with light grey floor tiles and Italian marble effect wall tiles.
Although the fifth bedroom would comfortably fit a generous double bed in it, CALA wanted to create a room that inspires visitors to think about how they would use their fifth bedroom. With a separate study area located on the ground floor, this bedroom has been designed as a multi-functional space perfect for reading, arts and crafts and other recreational hobbies.
The centre-piece of the room is the bespoke padded seating which is surrounded by storage cupboards and shelves. It’s a fantastic reading nook. The white trestle leg table and grey wooden chairs have been incorporated to show how the space could be a fantastic playroom or be used for other hobbies such as sewing or painting.
The pastel green half height paint is a playful addition to this room as well as the 3D art work displayed in a gallery style on the walls.
Tucked above the separate integral double garage is an annex which comes with its own bathroom and kitchen space. The room could serve lots of purposes such as an additional guest room, a yoga room or home gym, but Felicity has positioned it as an additional living space that the entire family can enjoy.
A bespoke corner sofa in light grey textured fabric is the perfect cosy spot to watch a film with a TV situated on a black and walnut coloured sideboard. The walls have been painted a soft grey which works well with the blue tones which can be found in the luxurious curtains, cushions and contemporary art work.
The Roxburgh showhome at Cults Park is priced at £1.395 million. The sales office and showhome is open daily for personal visits by appointment.
For further information on CALA Homes, visit www.cala.co.uk.
Issued on behalf of CALA Homes (North) by Beattie Communications
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Notes to Editor – CALA Homes
CALA Homes, part of the CALA Group, is a major UK home builder focused on building well-designed, high quality homes in prime locations throughout the South of England, the Midlands and Scotland.
- In the 18 months to December 2019, CALA sold over 2,400 homes and announced profit before tax of £96.2m and revenues of £1,002.2m.
- CALA employs more than 1,100 people across 10 offices and more than 75 developments.
- CALA Homes has received the maximum 5 Star rating in the Home Builders Federation’s National New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey 2020. On average over the past 11 years, the independent survey has found that more than 93% of our customers would recommend CALA to a friend.
- At the 2018 Scottish Home Awards, CALA received the Customer Service Excellence Award for the third year running. In 2019, CALA was named Home Builder of the Year at the Homes for Scotland Awards.
- CALA is proud to have named the Samaritans as its national charity partner. CALA’s support will help to ensure that Samaritans can continue to be there for anyone who is struggling to cope. In turn, Samaritans provides training to help equip CALA’s staff – as well as employees of its subcontractors – with the skills to take care of their own wellbeing, as well as being aware of their co-workers’.
- In March 2018, CALA Group was acquired by Legal & General Group, the insurance, savings and investment management company.
- CALA started as the City of Aberdeen Land Association in 1875 and was the first Scottish company listed on the London Stock Market. As CALA is an acronym it is always reproduced in upper case.
For further information visit www.cala.co.uk