Two prominent Perth businesses have joined forces to provide new homeowners with a luxury housewarming gift.
As well as their furniture and belongings, anyone buying a home built by Perth-based housebuilders Stephen will also be un-wrapping a luxury hamper from Scone Palace on their entry day. In addition to a selection of delicious local produce, the hamper contains complimentary admission tickets to the Palace and Grounds.
Sheila Sutherland, Sales Manager, Stephen commented, “Buying a new home is an exciting and busy time, and we are delighted to be treating our clients with a luxury hamper to enjoy as they settle in. As an iconic, five-star visitor attraction and one of Scotland’s most important stately homes, it’s fitting that we collaborate with Scone Palace, and trust that our new owners will enjoy the contents within the quality surroundings of their own new home.”
Gregor Cameron, Retail Manager, Scone Palace added, "While moving house can be an incredibly exciting time, it can also be one of the most demanding things that people ever do, so we are delighted to help the move go a little bit smoother. Scone Palace luxury hampers are part of a bespoke service where we tailor hampers to our corporate clients’ needs, featuring an array of produce, including our delicious home-made preserves and shortbread. There is a fantastic selection of delicious foods for new homeowners to re-charge with and enjoy while unpacking. Once they have settled into their beautiful new home, they can enjoy a relaxing day at Scone Palace where we are celebrating 50 years as one of Scotland’s favourite visitor attractions."
With homes for sale from Aberdeen in the north to Dunfermline in the south, and from Brechin in the east to Clathymore in the west, Stephen, a family firm dating back over 80 years, currently has homes for sale throughout Perthshire, Angus, Fife and Aberdeenshire.
For more information on any of Stephen’s developments, including show home opening times, please visit www.stephen.co.uk or telephone the Sales team on (01738) 620721.