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A spot of high LIVING LIFE.

Fancy a Perth penthouse? Elphinstone Homes have released details of their new Georgian-style apartments looking over the South Inch.

There are eight designs of two and three-bedroom apartments, while the penthouse has two large reception rooms and roof-top terrace.

All floors have lift access, and apartments have gas central heating and carpeting throughout, plus fitted kitchens.

Prices at South Inch View range from pounds 67,000 to pounds 103,000, with the price of the penthouse still to be released. Sales centre is open daily. Call 01738-634158.

A range of savings are on offer at Wimpey Homes.

A deposit of only pounds 49, plus free carpets and kitchen equipment and free legal fees are available on selected plots at Wimpey's sites in Paisley, Foxbar, Renfrew, Glasgow and Roystonhill.

A new mortgage deal is on offer throughout the west of Scotland and there are other incentives at three more Wimpey sites in Crookston, Neilston and Symington. Call 01698-804644.

Home buyers looking for a property with a granny flat or guest suite should check out Redrow Homes' new split-level house style.

The four-bedroom homes at Redrow's Letham Rise site in Dalgety Bay are deceptively spacious. Priced from pounds 111,950, only six are being built. Call 01383- 821190.

Chilling reading, but 88 per cent of dwellings in Scotland have below-standard insulation and over a quarter of our homes suffer from dampness.

According to the latest Scottish House Condition Survey by Scottish Homes, families are paying too much to inefficiently heat their homes.

Now a new pounds 1.6 million energy- efficient development has opened at Nelson Street, Perth, predicting its heating bills will be HALF the Scottish average.

Built by Perthshire Housing Association, with pounds 1.3 million Scottish Homes' grant aid, 27 flats for rent are available, all with "sun spaces" - south-facing rooms attached to each flat which work like a conservatory. Contact the Association on 01738-441088.

This week, Tilbury Douglas are bringing their part-exchange roadshow to their Birch Wood site in Livingston, from Thursday to Sunday. Topping the bill is a package of incentives, including a 4.99 per cent mortgage to the year 2000.

Tilbury are taking the show all over Scotland. Call 0141- 886 1577.

Television and telephone points throughout the house are some of the attractions at Tay Homes' luxury Hyndland Gate site in Glasgow.

All two and three-bedroom flats come with laundry rooms and a balcony. Prices start from pounds 160,000. Call 0141-331 2002.

Even before the showhome opens, Barratt Homes have `sold out' signs up at Duddingston.

In just a month, all 20 homes have gone at The Larches on the east side of Edinburgh. Barratt are now building two and three-bedroom flats and villas from pounds 51,750. Call 0131-669 7684.
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Ensor, Nan
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 10, 1998
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