From What House?, news about townhouses in Scotland: "Townhouses have gained in popularity over the last few years at many schemes of new homes and offer a nice middle ground between apartment living and large detached homes. There are no upstairs neighbours to hear clumping around and exterior maintenance is often lower than that of a detached property." The full article mentions several new townhouse models:
- The Forbes model at Cairnhill Part in Airdrie, developed by David Wilson Homes ("short walk from Airdrie town centre").
- The Drummond model at Kepplestone in Aberdeen, developed by Stewart Milne Homes ("walking distance of the city centre yet its landscaped grounds give it a secluded, private feel").
- The Islay model (pictured above) at Birchwood in Cowdenbeath, developed by Bellway Homes ("Amenities within walking distance include schools, supermarkets and the town's High Street").
- The Luss model at Route 1 West in Glasgow, developed by Redrow Homes ("good public transport links to the city centre").
- The Norbury model at The Sidings in Baillieston, developed by Barratt Homes.