The apartments bring contemporary living to the fore with high-quality fixtures and fittings, desirable open-plan living, and floor-to-ceiling windows making the most of natural light. The three apartments on the first floor will consist of one three-bedroom and two two-bedroom homes. A lift and stairs will rise from a secure shared entrance (or the underground car park) to a communal hall, where the apartments will be accessed from. The exceptionally spacious three-bedroom apartment will consist of an entrance hall with useful storage, a delightful open-plan living area with ample room for lounge and dining furniture, and a contemporary kitchen with a full range of integrated appliances, and three double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes. The principal bedroom will benefit from an en-suite shower room, and a separate family bathroom will complete the accommodation. The two-bedroom apartments will feature an entrance hallway, a fabulous open-plan living area with a contemporary, fully-integrated kitchen, two double bedrooms, and a bathroom.
Externally, the development will be accompanied by landscaped shared gardens and secure, allocated underground parking will be available at the ground-floor level.
Upgraded packages available for flooring and tiling.
Properties are available now, off-plan. Anticipated first entry date early 2023.
History of the Church
Castlehead Church was built in 1782 and is a beautiful C-listed building in the Castlehead area of Paisley. The church has a long history and has fallen under many names over the years, including West Relief, Paisley Canal Street Relief, United Presbyterian, United Free Church, and Church of Scotland, before changing to Castlehead in 1975 until its closure in 2011. The church underwent extensive renovation in the late 1860s, with new high-arched windows (which still feature in the building) replacing the original square windows. New burials were stopped in the church's graveyard in 1901, and among those buried here include Scottish poet Robert Tannahill, who was born in nearby Castle Street, and the maternal great-grandparents of US president Ronald Reagan.
After the church closed in 2011, it was put on the Buildings at Risk Register due to no use being identified for the building. It was sold to developers in 2014 and work to convert the church to luxurious two and three-bedroom apartments have been underway since 2017.
Paisley is a large town in the west central Lowlands of Scotland, bordering Glasgow to the east and often dubbed as "Scotland's largest town" as it is the fifth largest settlement in the country. The area is surrounded by rolling countryside yet just a short drive, bus journey, or train ride away from Glasgow City Centre, truly enjoying the best of both worlds. Paisley boasts wide-ranging shopping facilities, including a number of shopping centres, well-known High Street stores, independent stores, and several major supermarkets, as well as other services including hairdressers, beauty salons, restaurants, bars, and a cinema. Leisure facilities abound in the town with a number of gyms to suit all interests and fitness abilities, and a leisure centre with a gym, swimming pool, sports halls, studios, and a café, as well as a vast range of interest/hobby groups for all ages, ensuring the whole family is catered for. Paisley is also home to SPL team St Mirren's home ground, St Mirren Park. The town enjoys education facilities from nursery to secondary level, with the immediate area falling under the catchment area of West Primary School, St Mary's Primary School, Castlehead High School, and St Andrew's Academy. The town is also home to a West College Scotland campus and a University of the West of Scotland campus. Paisley is exceptionally well connected to the immediate surrounding areas and further afield, with a number of train stations, excellent bus services, and major road links. Glasgow Airport is also located in the town, making domestic and international travel convenient.
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Council tax band: D