The Walled Gardens

Abbey Park Avenue, St. Andrews KY16 9LB

  • Units 78 Apartments
  • Location St. Andrews
  • Key Fact Shared Ownership
  • Key Fact Private Grounds

The Walled Gardens is a collection of spacious one and two bedroom apartments nestled in their own private grounds in the heart of St.Andrews.

The spacious apartments include high quality features; from great design to excellent energy efficiency and security measures. Open plan kitchens and living areas feature in all of the apartments allowing space for entertaining and dinners with family. The thoughtful approach to design means that flexibility is built in and your changing needs can be accommodated without fuss. A choice of contemporary Alno Kitchems will be available as well as a selection of flooring options for the kitchen and bathroom

The apartments are being sold with shared ownership allowing buyers to purchase a 75% share of their property, at market value, and the remaining 25% will be held by Bield Housing & Care. Buyers will be able to purchase the remaining 25% in increments after one year. Shared ownership allows you to release additional equity for your retirement and enjoy life to the fullest.

St. Andrews is an ideal coastal location in the Kingdom of Fife. Cobbled streets and open spaces regularly play host to markets, parades and fairs. There is a thriving community of small indpendent stores, boutiques and cafes in St. Andrews. Long sandy beaches, local forest trails, clubs and societies as well as an abundance of golf courses are available for all to enjoy.

For further information, full details on the shared ownership options or to make an appointment to discuss an off plan reservation, please contact our Sales Team on 0131 220 4160 or thewalledgardens@rettie.co.uk

Please note: internal and external images are computer generated and for illustrative purposes only. Additionally, prices stated are reflective of the 75% shared ownership portion of property market valuation. Purchasers must be aged over 55 and the property must be their primary place of residence.

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