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Byline: JULIE WOODGATE

The 'geometry set' style of modern new developments - no curves, no ornament - may sound bleak but the reality is very easy on the eye. Clean lines, simple shapes and repeat patterns are very restful to live with, giving a sense of order and structure. If you want to clear out the clutter and streamline your life, we've found five new developments that are straight to the point.

EDINBURGH Fettes Grove by Miller Homes (East) is set in Fettes Village, a peaceful location close to secluded parkland and the famous Fettes College. The sleek contemporary building will contain 32 two and three-bedroom apartments, many with floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies. All will be serviced by lifts and have tiled floors and fully fitted kitchens, including washer/dryers. Constuction has begun and currently 13 flats are available. Call the marketing suite for more info on: 0131 332 3240.

From pounds 172,500GLASGOW Fourth Quarter by Bellway will be an elegantly designed building in the heart of the city, comprising two-and three-bedroom apartments built around a landscaped courtyard. All will have beech veneered doors, stainless steel kitchen appliances, integrated washer/dryer, luxurious shower cabins and Italian ceramics. The penthouses will include conservatories and terraces. The new sales and marketing suite opens at Port Dundas Road in Cowcaddens this weekend. Call 0141 332 9847.

From pounds 172,000
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 31, 2003
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