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Relax in style at these impressive Townhouses at Cambusbarron, Stirling

 

The community of Cambusbarron near Stirling is steeped in history and proud of its heritage. A rural location minutes from Stirling city where you’ll experience country living with a city vibe.

We chose this location to build our impressive townhouses and apartments for that reason. Close to the original Hayford Mill building, once the single largest producer of Tweed in Scotland.

We modelled the exterior style in-keeping with the environment while creating an interior design that brings a cosmopolitanism elegant individual feel to each home.

 

Mews Style townhouses

These resplendent 3 & 4 bedroom townhouses at Cambusbarron, Stirling, offer a style of living pertinent to both young professionals and growing families. 

These stunning homes, set over three levels, put spaciousness at the forefront, providing enough room to give teenagers their first sense of independence whilst still under the family roof. Or for turning that extra room into a bright new home office.

With the growing demand for rural living, Cambusbarron, Stirling provides the best of both worlds, with the relaxation of the countryside, yet only 5 minutes drive from the stylish city of Stirling. 

If you crave for something unique, modern and inspirational, then Allanwater Homes Cambusbarron is the place for you.

 

Apartments

Our apartments at Cambusbarron are both charming and individual in style; these four apartment layouts have the WOW factor. With such a choice, there is an ideal home here for everyone. View the floorplans of the Tummel, Earn, Tweed and Forth and set your sights on a selection of second, first and ground floor levels.

 

Historical Cambusbarron 

The area is steeped in history with evidence of a settlement site since the Bronze Age and several forts dating back to the Iron Age.

Gillies Hill close to Cambusbarron is a large woodland area that houses a variety of unusual wildlife. It is also thought that Robert the Bruce set up camp there before the Battle of Bannockburn.

During the nineteenth century, Cambusbarron grew due to the opening of the Hayford Mill established in 1834. This was a wool spinning mill and provided the largest source of employment in Cambusbarron. The Mill at one time was the single largest producer of Tweed in Scotland.

 

Incentives

In addition to the current threshold on LBTT, all our apartments qualify for Help to Buy (Scotland). A Government scheme where you could be eligible for 15% shared equity with a minimum deposit of only 5%.

Or if you are a first-time buyer, there is the new First Home fund initiative with up to £25,000 towards your new home.

 

 

Apartments

Our apartments at Cambusbarron are both charming and individual in style; these four apartment layouts have the WOW factor. With such a choice, there is an ideal home here for everyone. View the floorplans of the Tummel, Earn, Tweed and Forth and set your sights on a selection of second, first and ground floor levels.

 

Historical Cambusbarron 

The area is steeped in history with evidence of a settlement site since the Bronze Age and several forts dating back to the Iron Age.

Gillies Hill close to Cambusbarron is a large woodland area that houses a variety of unusual wildlife. It is also thought that Robert the Bruce set up camp there before the Battle of Bannockburn.

During the nineteenth century, Cambusbarron grew due to the opening of the Hayford Mill established in 1834. This was a wool spinning mill and provided the largest source of employment in Cambusbarron. The Mill at one time was the single largest producer of Tweed in Scotland.

 

Incentives

In addition to the current threshold on LBTT, all our apartments qualify for Help to Buy (Scotland). A Government scheme where you could be eligible for 15% shared equity with a minimum deposit of only 5%.

Or if you are a first-time buyer, there is the new First Home fund initiative with up to £25,000 towards your new home.

 

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Local Area

Cambusbarron village lies just 1.6 miles from Stirling city centre where you will find an array of High Street and Independent retailers, contemporary and traditional bars and fashionable cafes.

With excellent road and rail links to Scotland’s two major cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Plus many other local areas and local attractions within the vicinity. Today there are more reasons to seek a more rural environment when looking for a new home.

For further information or to book an appointment to visit, please email or telephone our Sales Adviser who will be happy to help.

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Local Area

Cambusbarron village lies just 1.6 miles from Stirling city centre where you will find an array of High Street and Independent retailers, contemporary and traditional bars and fashionable cafes.

With excellent road and rail links to Scotland’s two major cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Plus many other local areas and local attractions within the vicinity. Today there are more reasons to seek a more rural environment when looking for a new home.

For further information or to book an appointment to visit, please email or telephone our Sales Adviser who will be happy to help.

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2 bed properties
3 bed properties
4 bed properties
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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bedrooms
2 bed properties
Block B Tummel / Earn
Block B
Block B - Tummel & Earn
2 bedroom apartments
Prices from £147,995
Block C Forth / Tweed
Block C
Block C - Tweed & Forth
2 bedroom apartments
Prices from £164,995
3 bed properties
Deveron (Cambusbarron)
3 bedroom Mews Style Townhouses
Prices from £274,995
4 bed properties
Findhorn (Cambusbarron)
4 bedroom Mews Style Townhouse
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