Countesswells Show Village to launch on 29th December 2016

6th December 2016

The highly anticipated first homes are set to be released for sale at Aberdeen’s newest community, with buyers able to own a piece of housing history at Countesswells from Thursday 29th December 2016.

Stewart Milne Homes will open the doors to the new show village at Regency Place, Countesswells at 11am on the day, giving eager buyers a first glimpse of what life could be like in the vibrant new community.

Already more than 1,000 potential homeowners have registered their interest in the highly sought after town which will ultimately feature more than 3,000 new homes.  Just 35 homes will be released on Thursday 29th including a selection of two bedroom mews, three bedroom homes and four bedroom detached properties, as well as a choice of individual five bedroom detached executive villas. Each home features a private garden and has been designed with flexible living space to meet the needs of 21st century modern family life.

Visitors to the community, nestled between Hazlehead Woodland and Foggieton Wood and in close proximity to Hazlehead Park, will be able to experience the exceptional quality workmanship and design in four stylish showhomes.

Potential homeowners will find it hard to resist the discerning two, three and four bedroom showhomes.

Stewart Milne Homes is renowned for its superior craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail and as well as incorporating its own style and characteristics each home shares the same high level of specification, including fully integrated luxury SMEG appliances, French doors leading out to gardens and tiles from Porcelanosa. The attention to detail is continued to the exterior of the home ensuring all homeowners benefit from the expansive greenspace and high quality environment on their doorstep.  

Stewart Milne Homes is creating individually designed neighbourhoods which will meet the needs and aspirations of everyone from first time buyers and couples starting out, to growing families and those looking to downsize.

The Aversley, with its open plan design, is the perfect home for first time buyers and features two bedrooms as well as a box room which would be ideal as a study or even a nursery.  Those looking for a three bedroom home will be spoilt for choice. Potential homeowners can choose from the spacious Castlewellan which features a master bedroom with both en-suite and walk-in wardrobe and the Argyll with its eye-catching Juliet balcony.

The four bedroom Denewood is the perfect family home with a kitchen/dining/family area which is sure to be the heart of the home. The open plan space also includes French doors which lead onto the rear garden.

John Low, Managing Director at Stewart Milne Homes North Scotland, said: “The launch of Countesswells is the realisation of a pioneering vision to create a new community which will be a great place to live.

“We understand the many different elements go into making a new community and creating homes that meet the needs and aspirations of home owners. The environment of this new community has been central to its design.

“We are creating the largest central park to have been built in Scotland in over 100 years, as well as woodland trails, cycle paths, green pathways, parks and sporting facilities. New homeowners will also be able to enjoy tree lined avenues, leafy enclaves and an elegant square to get together with friends and family over lunch or a coffee.

“We are confident that all these elements combined will create a new community which people will be proud to call home.”

The location of Countesswells is one of the most accessible areas of Aberdeen City with excellent transport links to the city centre which is less than 5 miles away. The community is also just minutes from the desirable west-end suburb of Kingswells offering access to Prime Four Business Park and the Urban Village Resort which features a range of leisure facilities.

To request an invitation to the launch of Countesswells or to find out more, call 0845 900 3413 or visit or