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SPONSORED: Grand Eagles in Auchterarder makes buying to let easy

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Find out the five top reasons why there are rich pickings to be had at The Orchard – the best lodges in the best location.

Bill Stewart is the owner and Sales Director at The Orchard, the latest phase of luxury lodges at Grand Eagles Lodge park in Auchterarder.

A family run firm, Bill and his father operate Stewart Leisure Parks and are justifiably proud of the stunning parks they have created, where lodge ownership can be for both investment ‘buy to let’ purposes or as five-star holiday homes.

Here, Bill outlines several other reasons why buying at The Orchard, which has only ten lodges left to sell, currently offers rich pickings:

Location – “The Orchard is situated in its own private enclave by the Ruthven Water, and offers occupants a secure gated community. Enjoying a fibre optic broadband connection, the development is situated just minutes away from the centre of Auchterarder with its many independent shops, delis, boutiques, and restaurants, not to mention Gleneagles Hotel.”

Choice –  “We currently offer superb two and three bedroom, fully furnished lodges from some of the UK’s finest suppliers, such as Pemberton, Wessex and Atlas, with prices from just £95,000.”

Specification – “The lodges are complete with luxury kitchens fully fitted with integrated appliances, plus all blinds, soft furnishings, lighting, fireplaces and wall mounted TV’s. Many have full sized baths as well as showers, and include master bedrooms en-suite and dressing areas.”

Attention to detail inside and out – “A craftsman’s finish by our in-house team sees heritage stone walls and patios adding a stunning finishing touch to your lodge. Driveways are big enough to house a couple of cars. Overall, The Orchard has been beautifully landscaped to offer a truly desirable location.”

Peace of mind from experienced family owners – “We are a debt free business, committed to making our parks the very best they can be, and satisfying our investment owners, some of whom now own more than one lodge with us. We excel at professional management and great customer service.”

Investors can currently take advantage of a £15,000 rental income in their first year of ownership at The Orchard (yield of approximately 18.5 per cent per annum). It’s hassle free, fully managed ownership.

 To find out more about the properties at The Orchard, Grand Eagles, Auchterarder, call park owner Bill Stewart of Stewarts Leisure Parks Ltd Head Office on 01764 684518. You can also follow them on Facebook.