The sales & marketing team at Westpoint Homes are set for a busy late winter, early spring with 2 key sites set to reach very important development milestones! Westpoint Homes’ much admired and highly sought after Rawcliffe Estate will shortly showpiece a new-build 3-bedroom show apartment with garden. With over 80% of the development pre-sold and the Grade-B listed Rawcliffe House all but fully occupied and near complete, a new community is fast taking root on the site just off the much coveted Mansionhouse Road in the heart of Langside. With 24 new build apartments (all 3-bedroom), there are only 9 currently available and with the show home’s introduction, this will give potential purchasers an opportunity to better appreciate the space standards and Westpoint Homes’ range of fixtures and fittings; if “seeing is believing”, then this is the time for would-be purchasers to prepare to be dazzled!
A few short miles away, The Cloisters (Paisley) is fast taking shape opposite historic Paisley Abbey. With phase 1 sold and phase 2 under construction, the team at Westpoint Homes are holding back up to 3 apartments to provide for a stunning show home experience. One 2-bedroom apartment will be provided as a fully equipped show home, whereas another will be offered as a “walk through”, allowing current clients to see what they are getting for their money, and would-be purchasers an opportunity to view different layouts. 1 main door 1-bedroom property will be the sales team’s new offices for the duration of the project. Phase 2 features 8 property styles but with around 50% already snapped up off plan and a lengthy (and growing) interest list from those who need to touch, feel and see before that all-important purchase, the next few weeks will no doubt be exceptionally busy on this high profile site. Commenting on The Cloisters, Managing Director Graham T McNeil says “we have been really looking forward to the show home and walkthrough apartment coming on stream because we believe that we are offering a completely unique living experience given this phase’s relationship to some of the town’s most historic buildings and vistas. Whereas the majority of show homes are comfortable and impressive, it is rare to have the opportunity to get the best of both worlds inside and out and with the stone frontage and glazed balconies we think the whole town will be very proud of our efforts and delighted with the streetscape!”