Terraces Back in Vogue at The Maltings
From the cobbles of Weatherfield to the grand homes of Mayfair in London, terraced homes have long been a popular alternative to the traditional apartment.
At The Maltings in Dumbarton, Walker Group has released the last four properties in the development which are all terraced Albury homes, ideal for families who are keen to put down roots in the area.
Priced from £183,000, the three bedroomed property offers a bright lounge with a separate kitchen and ensuite cloakroom. Upstairs are three well proportioned bedrooms, with the master featuring an ensuite, and a family bathroom.
Sandy Casey, Director of Walker Group said: “Many buyers are keen to make the move from an apartment to a home with its own front door and back garden. The Albury is ideal for couples with young children who want all the benefits of low maintenance but spacious family home.
“Terraced homes tend to be more sociable and many people like the security of having close neighbours on either side. In addition mid terraced homes tend to be warmer as you are benefitting from heat from both sides.”
Close to The Maltings is a new Premier Inn and Malt & Myre restaurant along with a Costa Coffee café and drive-thru. A new petrol station has opened near the development and a family fish diner is now open.
A thriving town, Dumbarton has been a stronghold throughout Scottish history both culturally and economically and was renowned for its glass and whisky production as well as shipbuilding. The town still attracts world leading brands such as Polaroid, Aggreko and the BBC and is a major tourist destination.
Its famous Dumbarton Castle nestling on Dumbarton Rock has welcomed many a noble visitor and is an appropriate back-drop for the annual Royal Scottish Pipe Band Championships, one of the most prestigious pipe band events in the world.
With no shortage of leisure and outdoor pursuits, families are also well served by local primary and secondary schools, whilst the town’s vibrant theatre and arts community ensure that there is always lots to do.