New Homes

For creative inspiration, please view below for recent examples of the houses AW Laing Ltd have successfully built.
Kinchurdy Road
Kinchurdy Road

A new build with an impressive curved roof, horizontal Siberian Larch cladding combined with smooth render.

Kinchurdy Road
Kinchurdy Road

Stainless steel balcony and zinc box window to maximise views across the Cairngorms.

Inchdryne Lodge
Inchdryne Lodge

High efficiency glazing allows natural light to permeate the building and traps radiant sunlight.

Kinchurdy Road
Kinchurdy Road

A new build with an impressive curved roof, horizontal Siberian Larch cladding combined with smooth render.

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2 Storey Houses

 

2 storey houses are less common in the Cairngorm National Park area, and the requirements for these properties are therefore more design-driven.

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Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

Traditional high 1.75 storey house, painted redwood cladding and wet harl.

Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

A new build featuring a contemporary rear wing attached to a more traditional frontage.

Dalmore
Dalmore

Painted redwood doors and dormer windows as part of a new residential development.

Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

Traditional high 1.75 storey house, painted redwood cladding and wet harl.

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1.75 Storey Houses

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This is a more common type of build for the Cairngorm National Park and Highlands and Morayshire areas.

Giack Lodge
Giack Lodge

Large metal clad roof and painted redwood, sympathetic to remote location.

Daviot
Daviot

Pretty white harl cottage in forest location. Fyfestone corners.

Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

Part of new build housing development.

Giack Lodge
Giack Lodge

Large metal clad roof and painted redwood, sympathetic to remote location.

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1.5 Storey Houses

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This is one of our most popular type of new homes for the
Highlands, Cairngorm National Park and Morayshire areas.