28 Jun 2019
Robertson Homes is very proud to have won Showhome of the Year (selling price under £400,000) at The Scottish Home Awards 2019 for the two bedroom, Muir apartment at Great Glen Hall in Inverness.
Designed by Jon Pilling of Abode, the designer describes the first time he saw the Great Glen development as having “blown him away”.
This apartment not only benefits from spectacular interiors, but also from breath-taking views across The Great Glen and Inverness. Great Glen Hall remains one of the most talked-about refurbishment projects in Scotland at this moment in time, and continues to wow visitors time and time again.
Sharon Spinelli, sales and marketing director for Robertson Homes added, “The listed building of Great Glen Hall was built in 1864 of solid stone, with natural slate roofs, towers and crenellations. It’s been a labour of love, and over a decade in planning, to reclaim the full grandeur of the site.
“Stone has been repointed, cast iron rainwater goods recommissioned, roofs restored and more than 600 traditionally deep sash windows replaced. The interior design however is entirely contemporary, being light, bright and comfortable.
“Not surprisingly, the selection of apartments and townhouses have also been a huge hit with viewers and buyers from near and far.”
Inside these homes, you’ll be overwhelmed by the space and light created by the feature windows and high ceilings. The attention to detail is second to none, with each home uniquely designed and finished to a superior standard inside and out.
The kitchens are by Riverside, with Smeg appliances and Porcelanosa tiling. The sleek guest bathroom and en-suite facilities to the master bedroom are by Vitra.
In total, the refurbishment of Great Glen Hall is estimated to cost £13 million and the project spent over 10 years in the design process. First residents have now moved in, with two and three bedroom apartments and townhouses still available to buy, from £230,000.
Dreaming of your perfect home at Great Glen Hall? Book a personalised appointment now.