Award-winning Artisan reveal Canonmills Garden - in miniature
Award-winning Artisan are giving buyers the opportunity to visualise life at the highly anticipated Canonmills Garden development with the launch of their new architecturally designed, three-dimensional model. ‘Canomills Garden in miniature’ is now on display at the Show Suite, Savills, 6 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh. The development is being marketed jointly by Savills and Gilson Gray.
The budding new development of 135 high specification homes, inspired by the nearby Royal Botanical Garden, is taking shape in Canonmills, nestled between Stockbridge and Broughton. First completions are anticipated Spring 2020.
It may be December in Edinburgh but Scottish Property Company of the Year, Artisan has brought flaura and fauna to the East of the city with the launch of Carlina and Rubus apartments at Canonmills Garden.
Named after botanical flowers, Carlina and Rubus sit within enclosed communal landscaped gardens as part of this creative, contemporary yet charming development. Springing to life in the tranquil setting on the Water of Leith, just a stone’s throw from the bustling neighborhoods of Canonmills, Stockbridge and Broughton, Canonmills Garden is within easy walking distance of the city centre.
Carlina is a collection of 20 stunning one and two bedroom homes offering light and airy interiors with an excellent finish throughout. Like the rest of the development the architecture has been inspired by elements of both the Old Town and New Town of Edinburgh. Similarly the 19 one and two bedroom apartments at Rubus are no ordinary homes. They boast stylish interiors, spacious bedrooms and modern living, kitchen and dining areas, with meticulous attention to detail and a superb finish throughout.
However, what really sets Canonmills Garden apart is the setting. Situated in Edinburgh’s leafy heart, this contemporary tree-lined location, with its central landscaped space and inviting gardens, beautifully reflects the lush green space it inhabits – effortlessly knitting itself into its surroundings.