Set within the leafy and sought-after West End of picturesque Arbroath among period properties, Viewfield is a striking modern development of luxury two-bedroom apartments.
An exclusive gated development
The architect-designed buildings make a wonderful first impression with a seamless blend of exposed stone, timber cladding, large glazed windows and doors, and soft rendering, all framed by a traditional slate roof. The gated development, surrounded by stone walls, is arranged around a courtyard, offering residents private parking, delightful communal green spaces, and exclusivity. At the centre of the development is a magnificent and completely refurbished Victorian villa, hinting to the affluent areas past.
The apartments are designed around space and light
Each apartment has been designed to maximise light and space with a wonderful open flow of reception areas ideal for modern lifestyles. Large glazed doors and windows connect the living areas to the outdoors, either directly to the garden for the ground floor apartments, or to delightful balconies with glazed balustrades for the first-floor apartments. Space and layout have been carefully considered during the design process, culminating in generous rooms throughout, heightening the airy ambiance.
Each apartment offers a secure entry phone system and beautifully maintained communal space. Once inside, a large reception hallway welcomes you in. Here, the contemporary oak veneered doors and generous floorspace offers the first glimpse of the quality accommodation to follow. They all come with a wonderful open plan reception space, filled with light. The open flow layout allows enough space for distinct zones for cooking, dining and relaxing ideal for everyday life and entertaining! Both bedrooms are generous doubles with built-in wardrobes. The airy bathrooms come with contemporary white suites, with wall-hung basins, and a bath with a shower-over and glazed screen, powered by mains water. Depending on the level of the apartment, it either enjoys direct garden access or a private balcony both ideal for an alfresco lifestyle during the summer.
Tailored finishes, quality as standard
Buyers are be able to tailor the finishes of their property, creating a truly bespoke home that is finished to their own taste. A choice of kitchen and bathroom ranges and finishes can be seen and discussed on site.
Living greener, for less
All the apartments are constructed to modern building standards and enjoy outstanding energy efficiency by incorporating double glazing, gas central heating powered by energy efficient boilers, and LED downlights. Doing your bit for the environment has never been this cost-effective!
Parking and the outdoors within a gated development
Surrounded by a stone wall and access restricted to residents only via gates, the development comes with a private parking space for each apartment plus a visitors space. Lovely green communal gardens are interspersed throughout the development, plus a communal drying green. All practical elements have been catered for with several neat dedicated bin areas and a disabled parking space.
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Location, location, location
Due to its outstanding setting in this popular seaside town, the apartments will appeal to a wide variety of buyers, including first-time buyers, commuting professionals, young families and those looking to downsize. The developments proximity to amenities is one of its outstanding features. Only a stones throw away is a supermarket, Post Office, ATM, take-away, bakers and pizzeria, plus public transport links.
Within easy walking distance, you will find both the primary and high school, the college, the Arbroath tennis club, bowling club, cricket club, sports centre and delightful parks including Keptie Pond. A little further afield is the train station, High Street, Harbour and all the amenities you would expect from a bustling town.
The history of Arbroath
Arbroath is a former Royal Burgh and the largest town in the council area of Angus in Scotland. It has a population of around 23,000 and lies on the North Sea coast, around sixteen miles east of Dundee and forty-five miles south of Aberdeen.
While there is evidence for settlement in the area now occupied by the town that dates to the Iron Age.
Arbroaths history as a town begins in the Middle Ages with the founding of Arbroath Abbey in 1178. Arbroath grew considerably during the Industrial Revolution owing to the expansion of firstly the flax and secondly the jute industries and the engineering sector. The new harbour was built in 1839 and by the 20th century, Arbroath had become one of the largest fishing ports in Scotland.
The town is notable as the home of the Declaration of Arbroath, as well as the Arbroath Smokie. Its football team Arbroath FC holding the world record for highest number of goals in a professional football match, 36-0 against Aberdeen Bon Accord in the Scottish Cup in 1885.