Tornagrain, Inverness, Zero C

Posted by admin - September 25, 2019 - Showhomes

This is a development of 5000 new homes creating a new town Tornagrain in the Scottish Highlands a superb of Inverness.

The town is located between the historic town of Nairn and Inverness and will benefit from the planned duelling of the A96 in the near future. Plans are in place to build a train station at Inverness airport which will further increase the connectivity to the town

The designs of the houses hark back to local towns of old, taking their design cues from the best of what has come before and incorporating the latest in building methods to create warm, comfortable and beautiful homes. In addition to houses and apartments, there will also be commercial spaces which are essential for creating vibrant communities. Tennis courts and allotments are also planned to be delivered early in the life of the project.

Fibre to the Home broadband means that residents will be able to benefit from some of the fastest residential broadband internet in Scotland.

Tornagrain will be a very special place to live with its strong focus on community and beautifully designed homes and landscape.

We will be building a selection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 and 4 bed terrace, semi and detached homes.

Lead Designer Kiran Bhatia said “Tornagrain is small town located in the Scottish Highlands of Inverness, surrounded by picturesque scenery.

My client Allison wanted to create a show home that would appeal to the older generation, as the town is mainly populated by the over 50’s.

With this is mind, I had designed a show home with a modern/traditional feel by selecting furniture to give the show home some character, whilst all fabrics were modern, colourful and fun. I had integrated a young child’s room, to show potential buyers that the property is great for young families wanting to settle down, or a great room for grand children!

My favourite room was the master bedroom. This showed grandness with the modern floral wallpaper coupled with a teal green velvet headboard. I used a contrast of coral on the cushions with tassels to add fun into the room.

Alistair Struthers Sales Manager of Zero C said

We’re thrilled with the work New-id delivered for our new show home at Tornagrain near Inverness. The house is a beautiful traditionally styled 4 bedroom villa and their take on modern country living has really nailed the brief and aesthetic. They worked with us to agree a suite of finishes for each room before arriving and carrying out the work like a well-oiled machine. A very slick operation.