Homes Released At Lower Stondon Development

Posted 23 October 2020 by Keith Osborne

Barratt Homes has launched Lavender Grange and the first properties to suit a range of house-hunters...

Homebuyers in the East of England now have a wider choice of brand new properties to consider as Barratt Homes has unveiled its first range of properties at Lavender Grange, a development in the central Bedfordshire village of Lower Stondon.

A diverse range of properties have been released by Barratt Homes (part of the current WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Yes, Barratt Developments), ranging from two-bedroom maisonettes to five-bedroom detached homes, with prices starting from £305,000. The development has seen its first reservation, almost immediately after the homes hit the market, and it currently has properties for sale that will benefit from the government’s Stamp Duty holiday, saving buyers up to £15,000.

Recognised as a ‘Built for Life’ development, Lavender Grange has lots of future-proof features that meet modern homebuying trends. These include electric car charging points to 87% of the homes and some of the visitor bays. The development also benefits from nine acres of green open space, while London can still be reached in just 31 minutes.

Lavender GrangeKarly Williams, sales director at Barratt Homes North Thames, said: “We’ve anticipated the launch of these homes for some time and the entire team is proud to present the very first properties at Lavender Grange. With this development we have looked to the future, bringing all the state-of-the-art features such as electric car charging points, whilst also offering plentiful green space and a rural location just a stone’s throw from quaint market towns.

“We have aimed to launch a diverse range of properties, providing something for everyone. These homes benefit from a range of initiatives designed to make that big move, just a little quicker, easier and more cost effective.”

The development is an easy drive from numerous well-connected towns, including Hitchin, Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes. The A1 and M1 are both not far away.

A sales office and show homes open soon.

Find out more about Lavender Walk from Barratt Homes.


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