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Hamilton Grand, a collection of 26 private residences overlooking the 18th hole on the St Andrew’s Old Course and adjacent to the revered 255-year-old Royal & Ancient Golf Club, offers the most coveted addresses in the world of golf.
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With its distinctive bell-shaped dome, the building is the second most photographed building in golf and has provided the backdrop to the closing stages of many Open Championships as well as making an appearance in the iconic Oscar-winning movie, ‘Chariots of Fire’. Apartments are sold for $2.1m - $12.4m , depending on their square footage.
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The development features a penthouse with a private balcony boasting 180-degree views across St Andrews, the Old Course links and the coastline. All the apartments feature individual characteristics that have been preserved from the original 19th century building. Each apartment has a “white box finish” meaning the owner can be responsible for their own interior design for a fully bespoke finish.
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Hamilton Grand offers 24 hour butler service, plus access to the amenities at the award-winning five red star Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa including its own Championship Duke’s Golf Course, Kohler Water Spa and four diverse dining experiences. Hamilton Grand also features an in-house grill restaurant, along with a member’s library and courtyard garden.
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Residents of Hamilton Grand also have the additional perk of a golf concierge, able to arrange tee times at no fewer than 11 courses within a 15 minute drive of the town. For those who are not golf enthusiasts, popular activities nearby include kite surfing and horseback riding along West Sands Beach and shopping along St Andrews High Street boutiques.
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Hamilton Grand's sales team confirmed that almost 50 percent of residencies have been sold - and that the first purchasers take up residency in January 2014. Currently, foreign investment into Scotland is at its highest in more than a decade, strengthening its competitive positioning within the UK, according to Ernst and Young’s latest annual UK attractiveness survey.
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“We are excited about the interest in the project from Middle Eastern purchasers as the ultimate asset for golf connoisseurs,” stated Helen Parker, Director of Resort Sales, Marketing and Real Estate at Hamilton Grand. Hamilton Grand has been attracting Middle Eastern investors who are in search of a Highland sporting estate or Heritage trophy residence as an option for a second home.