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10 Sep 2009

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Springside, Edinburgh’s newest city centre residential development, will this weekend (12 and 13 September), celebrate the opening of its latest homes. Jex-Blake House will open its doors on Saturday and welcome interested buyers to view the new properties and the opportunity to take advantage of excellent incentive purchaser packages.

The latest apartment block to open, Jex-Blake House is part of the initial first phase of 58 properties launched at Springside. The homes include a range of living options – from some of the city’s most desirable luxury duplex apartments and penthouses to stylish and affordable one-bedroom executive apartments.

To celebrate its opening weekend, the Springside developers, which includes award winning home builders AMA, will be offering great incentive packages to prospective buyers. Opening weekend deals include stamp duty and legal fees paid on selected properties.

One, two and three-bedroom apartments are available with prices now ranging from £180,000 to £585,000. Every apartment now comes with secure underground parking, offering buyers peace of mind and added convenience.

All the homes include fully fitted top-of-the-range bathrooms and kitchens, set in a modern living environment with plenty of open space and natural light available throughout. Springside benefits from an excellent location with easy access to the city centre and the transport hub of Haymarket.

“With the continued interest in the homes at Springside, we know that there remains a demand for high quality, modern apartments, which can offer a real city centre location.” said Dr Ali Afshar, director of AMA, which together with Grosvenor and Royal Bank of Scotland forms the joint venture company behind the development. “The reassurance of quality and sustainability that comes with buying a home from developers with such strong credentials as those at Springside, can only be regarded as an investment for the future.”

Development at Springside continues with a further 200 flats currently in construction, demonstrating the strong long term commitment from the joint venture partners to the site and the wider Fountainbridge area.

The Springside development will now host three showhomes – a duplex penthouse and one-bedroom apartment in Inglis Point and a one-bedroom apartment in Jex-Blake House and will be open between 10am and 5pm every day.

For further information or to register interest please call Savills on 0131 228 9721 or 0131 247 3703 or visit www.springside.co.uk.

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Inglis Point

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Springside, Edinburgh’s new city centre neighbourhood

Location: Fountainbridge
Developer: AMA Homes
Masterplan: Oberlanders Architects

600 new homes, 140,000 sq ft of office space, shops and facilities set in an eight acre landscape of parks and open spaces.

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Inglis Point stands out. Rising above a new tree-lined avenue, it marks one entry into Springside, Edinburgh’s new city centre neighbourhood. Inside this distinctive new building are 14 contemporary 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, each designed and specified to the highest standards by AMA Homes.

Inglis Point is part of the first stage of growth at Springside and is due for completion in 2009. It is located just fifteen minutes walk from Edinburgh Castle and a five minute walk from Haymarket railway station.

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