Landmark Stoke development is sold out – but there’s still time to secure a brand-new village home
28 November 2016
Landmark Stoke development is sold out – but there’s still time to secure a brand-new village home in Werrington, Staffordshire!
Developer Lovell Homes has announced that the popular Weston Heights development in Weston Coyney, Stoke-on-Trent, is fully sold out.
The last property available at this landmark development of high-quality homes has now been snapped up.
“It’s been a pleasure to work with Compendium Living and the local community to help create Weston Heights and we’re delighted to have brought the development to a successful close,” says Lovell field sales manager Jennie King. “We’re extremely proud to have been involved in a scheme which has both improved the lives of existing residents and attracted new people keen to live in this revitalised neighbourhood.”
New Year, new home?
If moving to a new home in Staffordshire is on your New Year’s resolutions list, the good news is that there’s still time to secure a property at Lovell Homes’ Scholars Way development in the village of Werrington. Move quickly though - more than half the homes at this development are now sold, so they’re not likely to be on the market for long.
Contact the company’s sales team now to find out more about this development located in a lively community which is perfectly located for anyone working in Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme, as well as being within easy reach of the beautiful Peak District national park.
Homes currently available at Scholars Way start from £151,950 (£121,560 after a Help to Buy: Equity Loan*) for the end-terrace Denham two-bedroom house style, with two parking spaces. One semi-detached, two-bedroom Thatcham house type, with parking, is offered at £154,950 (£123,960 after a Help to Buy: Equity Loan).
Show home for sale
Also up for sale is the development’s professionally styled three-bedroom Westwood show home priced at £214,950 (£171,960 after a Help to Buy: Equity Loan). The beautifully designed ground-floor layout features a kitchen / dining room with French doors leading to the garden. There’s also a generous separate living room while the ground floor is completed by the hall way, cloakroom and under-stairs storage. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite, plus two additional good-sized bedrooms and the family bathroom
Lovell also has just one three-bedroom semi-detached Hanbury house type, with parking, priced at £189,950 (£151,960 after a Help to Buy: Equity Loan) and one three-bedroom semi-detached Marksbury house type, with two parking spaces, priced at £195,950 (£156,760 after a Help to Buy: Equity Loan).
“Fantastic take-up for our homes at Scholars Way means that more than half the development is now sold,” says Jennie King of Lovell Homes. “Buyers have responded extremely positively to the build quality and design of our homes while the scarcity of new-build homes in the area has also increased demand. The fact that our development consists of only 31 homes in all has made it extremely attractive to buyers. Traditionally, the New Year is when people start to think about moving house but if you’re considering it for 2017, now is a great time to get in touch and see if we can give you a headstart on your plans - including information on making your move more affordable.”
To find out more, visit the sales and marketing suite and show homes at Scholars Way, Russell Grove, Werrington, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST9 0E, open on Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm and on Mondays from 11am to 5pm. Call 01782 484133 for more details or visit www.lovellhomes.co.uk