Last Homes Remaining at Popular Nairn Development

10 September 2020
Sunroom kitchen

The beautiful development by housebuilder Springfield Properties offers everything buyers are looking for in the current market. Surrounded by stunning Scottish countryside, and just a few minutes walk from Nairn Beach, the peaceful development is removed from the hustle and bustle of major cities. 

There are just 4 properties remaining and prospective buyers are being urged to act quickly to snap up their dream home. 

The Spey, four-bedroom detached

Among the last homes available, is the incredibly spacious 4-bedroom detached Spey. Covering 2,507 sq ft, this unique property enjoys a seaside view from the main bedroom, where homeowners can relax while gazing out on the open water. 

With the ground-floor almost entirely open-plan, the home is perfect for entertaining family and friends. The hall, dining room, family room and kitchen flow smoothly from one to the next around the central staircase, creating an impressive sense of space throughout.  

In the dining area, homeowners will be amazed by the natural light which floods the room from a collection of floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights. In the modern, sleek kitchen, prospective buyers can access a utility room and double-integrated garage. All appliances from the oven, and hob, through to the microwave and dishwasher are included as standard and tucked away neatly behind the cool grey kitchen cupboards. 

Upstairs, buyers will find four grand bedrooms, two of which have their own private en-suite bathrooms with stylish grey tiles. A dedicated study space or reading nook can also be found off the spacious gallery landing which is open and light with skylights and views down to the dining room. 

The Dallachy, three-bedroom semi-detached

Also available at Meadow Lea is the last remaining semi-detached three-bedroom Dallachy. Featuring an impressive L-shaped open-plan kitchen and living area, generous bedrooms and built-in storage, the Dallachy is one of the development’s most popular house-types. 

Spanning 1,073 sq ft across two floors, the ground floor layout is as stylish as it is practical. The open plan kitchen is complete with all appliances – even the dishwasher – that are integrated behind slate grey cupboard doors and paired with crisp white walls throughout. The property boasts a sunroom off the dining area that leads to the turfed garden creating the perfect space for late summer barbeques and entertaining guests. 

This home also benefits from the Scottish Government’s Land and Building Transition Tax (LBTT)  holiday and is available to buy using the First Home Fund scheme. 

The Ardmore, three-bedroom detached

There are only two Ardmore semi-detached homes remaining at Meadow Lea. The three-bedroom properties benefit from ample storage throughout, with the ground floor comprising of a large kitchen and dining area, a spacious living area and generous storage. 

Both properties have their own back gardens, complete with turf and a 1.8 metre fence, with one of the remaining Ardmore’s looking on to a stunning woodland area providing additional privacy and a natural view. 

Upstairs, buyers will find a stylish family bathroom finished with high quality vanity units, a large wall mounted mirror, full height stylish tiles around the bath and sleek white sanitary ware. Neutral carpet is included throughout with vinyl flooring in the kitchen, bathroom and en-suite.

Springfield Properties Sales Manager, Joyce Hadden said: “As lockdown restrictions lift, we have seen an even stronger draw from buyers to countryside developments with access to their own private garden or outdoor space.

“Meadow Lea offers all this and more. The development is spacious, with lots of greenery and play areas. The homes are high quality, with good sized turfed gardens and everything buyers need included, within a great town. 

“Nairn is a fantastic place to live. It’s home to a beautiful white sand beach, is spoilt with views out to the Moray Firth, benefits from two Championship golf courses and has a thriving community, all a short drive from Inverness.”