SET WITHIN EDINBURGH’S feted New Town UNESCO World Heritage Site sits a sweeping glass-fronted development inspired by its surrounding Georgian architecture.
One of Scotland’s most ambitious and striking developments, The Crescent at Donaldson is the vision of acclaimed architect Richard Murphy OBE and offers the best of apartment living.
Firstly, access to outside space is in abundance. While benefiting from being less than six miles away from Edinburgh airport and a stone’s throw from Haymarket Train Station, it boasts 18 acres of private grounds – the largest shared garden in the city, and a sanctuary within Scotland’s bustling capital.
To the private rear, the tree-lined Water of Leith provides privacy to key living spaces, while its location gives quick access to the countryside via rail, road or bike.
Head indoors, and a complex interlocking structure allows for vast double-height living spaces in these apartments, with crows’ nest style private offices sitting atop smart storage space to allow for decluttered living.
Sustainability is part of the offer too, with unmatched infrastructure in place for all 84 properties to access their own electric vehicle charging point via the secure private underground parking.
Choice is no issue, either: a selection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, duplexes and penthouses, are on the market from £595,000 to £1,750,000 making The Crescent a perfect option for family life, retirement or as a second home in Scotland’s wonderful capital.
Not convinced? The Crescent is the holder of the UK’s top luxury development award at the WhatHouse? Awards, as well as Best Apartment Development – becoming CALA Homes’ most award-winning development in the process.
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