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.

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Kinchurdy Road
Kinchurdy Road

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

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Inchdryne Lodge
Inchdryne Lodge

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

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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.

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Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

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

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Dalmore
Dalmore

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

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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.

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Daviot
Daviot

Pretty white harl cottage in forest location. Fyfestone corners.

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Rothiemurchus
Rothiemurchus

Part of new build housing development.

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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.