Hamilton Grand is an historic building adjacent to the Royal & Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews which is to be redeveloped into just 26 luxury residences. Previous incarnations of the building include The Grand Hotel, which opened in 1895, and Hamilton Hall, a dormitory for the university named after its founder Thomas Hamilton.
Full plans for the redevelopment, which have been drawn up after extensive consultation with the local community, have now been announced. Kohler Co have announced that Hamilton Grand will offer a total of these 26 private residences of two-, three- and four bedrooms and a penthouse with 360° views and a private balcony.
Apartments come with butler service, valet parking, and a golf concierge. The Grill Restaurant & Bar will offer fine dining and also be open to the public while there will be a more private Members’ Library on the ground floor and an Italian garden outside. Private chefs and sommeliers are available on request and residents will also have exclusive membership of The Duke’s Course, and access to amenities at Kohler Waters Spa and the Old Course Hotel, including its four restaurants.
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‘Hamilton Grand will be a genuine real estate opportunity for those who want to own a home in the birthplace of golf and a premier destination rich in history. We are looking forward to restoring the building using our restoration expertise, and returning a piece of Scottish history to its landmark status,’ said Debbie Taylor from Kohler Co.
Residences are available on 99 year leases and start at £1.35m. They are scheduled for completion in spring and summer of next year. Although the project is just getting underway reservations are being taken for Hamilton Grand. Find out more at www.hamiltongrand.co.uk or telephone Savills on 0207 016 3740.
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