The Muir and Mara House Types

Discover 3-storey, family living with ‘The Muir’ and ‘The Mara’ terraced villas from £390,000… 

The ‘Muir’ and ‘The Mara’ are what’s known as terraced villas. A ‘terraced villa’ is a contemporary take on a traditional Victorian terrace, also commonly referred to as a townhouse, and is an adaptation of a Herald Property Award and Scottish Home Award-winning CCG Homes house type.

Reaching up to 1,580 sqft, families will benefit from a flexible living environment with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms spread across three floors.

The ground floor features the fourth bedroom (or TV room), shower room and utility room capable of offering younger or older family members of all ages a living space that offers independent living within the safety of the home.

The first floor is the centrepiece with an open-plan, living arrangement complete with a spacious living space and a luxury kitchen from Kitchens International and Leicht integrated. Perfect for entertaining, a Siemens oven, hob, hood, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer is provided as standard.

The second floor has three spacious bedrooms including a master ensuite with an integrated wardrobe and a bathroom that can be finished in a range of ceramic tiles from Porcelanosa.

Externally, each plot has a spacious rear garden and to the front elevation, off-street parking, complete with an EV charging point, is offered in the form of a private driveway with space for up to two vehicles.

All properties at The Scholars have a leading standard of energy performance with our terraced villas offering an Energy Performance Rating from B (90) to A (92)*.

*For EPC data, please refer to the CCG Homes Sales Team

3-storey living Inspiration

If you need help visualising 3-storey living, look no further than the Riverford Gadens Terraced Villa. Our ‘Muir’ and ‘Mara’ house types are based on this home which formed part of the multi-award-winning ‘Riverford Gardens’ development in Glasgow, with the home itself winning both the Herald Property Award Best Family Home and the Scottish Home Award House of the Year in 2019 and 2020 respectively…

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