Printers Place: Ediston Homes new Paisley development
As they embark on their first journey into new terrain, Ediston Homes is looking to bring life and a touch of unmistakable style to Printers Place in Paisley
When Ediston Homes sought their inaugural development in the West of Scotland, Paisley was a natural choice. Ediston Homes’ founder, Danny O’Neill has deep-rooted ties to the area, thus he found it fitting to establish the company’s first venture into the area in a place where he has strong personal connections.
Growing up in the nearby neighbourhood of Penilee and attending university in Paisley, Danny’s fondness for the region runs deep. His personal association with Paisley underlines the driving force behind Ediston’s commitment to being a positive influence in the area. This commitment aligns with Ediston’s overarching goal of creating vibrant communities and sustainable places, enhancing the quality of life for generations to come.
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Danny’s vision for the development at Printers Place in Paisley blends seamlessly with the company’s mission to create homes on disused sites, breathing new life into neighbourhoods and helping to nurture a real sense of community. This devotion to community development is not restricted by geographical boundaries, as Ediston is headquartered in Edinburgh but ardently invests in regions that share their vision for a brighter future.
“Paisley holds a special place in my heart, and I’m thrilled that Ediston Homes can contribute to the ongoing growth and revitalisation of this community,” Danny remarked when discussing the plans. “Our dedication to creating sustainable, high-quality living spaces is at the core of our mission, and we look forward to making a positive impact in Paisley.”
Ediston Homes’ investment in Paisley is a testament to the company’s commitment to not only constructing homes but also fostering a sense of belonging, where communities flourish and residents thrive. The Printers Place development located on Neilston Road is poised to become a cornerstone of Paisley’s continued development and a testament to the power of local ties and community-focused vision.
The architectural design of the development has taken inspiration from Paisley’s rich industrial and residential heritage. Designed by the award-winning architect O’Donnell Brown, Printers Place embraces the “streets for people” approach, with a central green space providing valuable amenities and recreation space for residents,all of which reflects Ediston’s commitment to community development.
The recently opened showhome at Printers Place offers a contemporary take on the timeless art deco theme, emphasising the generously proportioned open-plan living area on the ground floor. This well-designed space encourages family togetherness and facilitates various activities, with the kitchen/dining area as a central hub featuring fully integrated Bosch appliances, a stunning Silestone worktop, and soft-close cupboard doors and drawers.
Neal Jamieson, Managing Director of Ediston Homes, proclaimed that “our commitment to ‘distinctive elegance’ is rooted in our dedication to creativity and ingenuity. Leveraging the talents of our in-house team, we’ve meticulously curated a show home that mirrors our vision and continued commitment to delivering exceptional living spaces at affordable price points.”
Upstairs unveils the principal bedroom adorned with a stunning firefox red upholstered headboard which exudes a touch of elegance. The black fixtures and fittings in the en-suite add an extra layer of drama and sophistication to the space. The second bedroom is a generous sized double bedroom, with a large fitted wardrobe which is finished with a contemporary look and feel. For the show home design, the third bedroom features a nursery layout, catering to families with young children or could equally be used as a home office/study.
Printers Place, on Neilston Road, offers a selection of three- and four-bedroom homes, four-bedroom townhouses, and two-bedroom apartments, catering to a diverse range of buyers.
If you wish to visit the marketing suite and show home, they are open seven days per week from 10.30am to 5pm.
For more information about Ediston Homes and their Printers Place development, visit the website.