Choosing the right location for your dream home can be a tough decision full of things to consider including proximity to the city centre, schools and local amenities. Charleston Grange in Cove is making that decision easier for home buyers, as it benefits from being built around its very own high street.
The birth of Charleston Grange has redefined the Cove area and it’s now evolving as the new heart of Cove.
The high street is located on Charleston Road North, which is the main through road to the Kirkwood Homes development. There, you’ll find retail units including Sainsbury’s for your everyday items, locally sourced produce from Meet the Meat butchers, The Haar Rock Coffee café and Luxe gift shop, a treasure chest for interiors, cards and gifts. As well as these, if it’s a spot of pampering you’re looking to indulge in that’s also covered with iCandy hairdresser and beauty salon, Tan Allure tanning salon and The Cleavin Barber Club for the gents of the area.
Across the road from the development is where you’ll find a string of high-end car manufacturers including Audi, Porsche and Mini to name a few. And a further walk or short drive from the development you’ll reach the retail complex which is home to Starbucks, IKEA, Makro and Pure Gym for the fitness fanatics.
The high street isn’t the only new amenity the area has welcomed. The new Academy, which opened last year, is the city’s largest school. Spanning three-storeys, the school has been described by education bosses as a “school fit for the 21st century”, boasting a swimming pool, dance studio and sports pitches.
Back at the development, its surrounding area allows you to enjoy the relaxing peace of undisturbed nature with its many walking and running routes nearby. Two of the most popular walking routes include the Cove Bay Conservation Area and Nature Trail – perfect for getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Loirston Green, which is just off Earns Heugh Road, is a great space to let the kids run free. There is a huge open area for football and dog walking plus a playground away from the road with climbing frames, swings, slides and tree houses. Around the perimeter of the park there is a pram friendly walking route which is close to local amenities such as the primary school, the library and doctor’s surgery.
As if that wasn’t enough, Cove is now more connected than ever with the opening of the AWPR and the development is also supported by a regular bus service that runs to and from the city centre seven days a week with a late-night service on Saturdays.
This development really has it all… so it’s time for you to take a closer look for yourself.
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