Our development at Grandhome comprises a collection of over 30 properties, from 2 bedroom self-contained apartments, detached houses and bungalows, to 2 & 3-bedroom semi-detached, mid-terrace and end-terrace houses. Featuring echoes of Georgian architecture with framed windows and front doors, the property exteriors are finished in traditional Scottish harling, and front doors are painted in muted colours from the Dulux Heritage range.
With its south-facing, hillside location in Bridge of Don just four miles north of Aberdeen city centre, Grandhome has been designed with people in mind. Based around the concept of walkable communities offering a mix of homes, shops, cafes and schools, Grandhome’s first neighbourhood has a village feel, with terraced houses and black painted iron railings fronting onto wide pavements and quiet street corners. Green spaces are plentiful, with untamed areas preserved for local wildlife.
With easy access to the vibrant shops, restaurants and cinemas of Union and Marischal Squares, Grandhome is well positioned for the city’s key hubs - Aberdeen International Airport, the Aberdeen Science and Energy Park and the city’s brand new, state-of-the-art events venue, TECA, are all just a few miles away. Closer to home, quiet country lanes, trails and cycle paths weave their way invitingly along the river Don.
Grandhome is conveniently situated close to the A96 and the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. The community is only 5 miles from Dyce train station, with rail links north to Inverness, and south to Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Plot 16 - Two bedroom end terraced home with two parking spaces (approx. 80 SQM)
Plot 45 - Three bedroom semi-detached home with single garage (Approx. 104 sqm)
The Glenfinnan show home at Grandhome is a 3 bedroom semi detached house, built with attic room trusses and a dormer window which offers the potential to extend upwards in the future. The interiors feature timber linings in the lounge, made by our own joinery workshop in Aboyne and other unique pieces such as lamps, hand made with sea kelp in the West Coast of Scotland.
Coming from Aberdeen, head north towards Danestone. Cross the River Don and continue along the A92, heading straight over the first roundabout and then taking a left at the second roundabout along Whitestripes Avenue. Continue for about 500m then turn left along Laverock Braes Road. Grandhome will be on your right. Coming from the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, leave the bypass at the junction with the A96, signposted Inverness and Aberdeen. Follow signs for Aberdeen and continue straight along the A96 through Bucksburn. Take a left off the Haudagain roundabout, following the A92 road and straight over the first roundabout. Take a left at the second roundabout along Whitestripes Avenue, then left along Laverock Braes Road.