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New House Type Introduced At Scheme In Lydney

Posted 23 June 2021 by Keith Osborne

'The Filey' is a new four-bedroom house type just released for sale at Mirum Park, set within Gloucestershire countryside...

Crest Nicholson has launched a brand new house type at its sought-after Mirum Park development in Lydney. The new four-bedroom home adds to the existing collection of two- and three-bedroom properties set within Gloucestershire countryside and is designed with busy families in mind.

Spread across three storeys, ‘The Filey’ provides flexibility and space with a large open-plan kitchen and dining area and separate living room. Full-height patio doors offer access to the garden, whilst flooding downstairs with natural light. Featuring three double bedrooms and a single bedroom, along with a family bathroom and an en suite in the master room, ‘The Filey’ is perfect for growing families.

The specification includes Symphony kitchens which are available in a range of options depending on the stage of contruction. This is fitted with a range of appliances. WCs, bathrooms and en suites have white sanitaryware, chrome taps/fittings and Porcelanosa tiling.

Ralph Hawkins, managing director at Crest Nicholson South West, commented: “With more people looking for spacious homes with versatile layouts and home offices, this new house type is perfect for modern buyers looking to adapt their home as their needs change. Mirum Park has already proved popular among families looking for extra space, so I would encourage those interested to contact our sales team as soon as possible.”

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Located a short distance away from the River Severn, Lydney Harbour is famous for being the gateway from the South West to the rest of the world. Riverside walks, sculptures, birdwatching, and stunning sunsets make this an area of natural beauty right on the doorstep for residents at Mirum Park.

The town also boasts a wide range of eateries, supermarkets, a health centre, and a park and recreation ground, as well as a selection of excellent local primary and secondary schools, including Severnbanks Primary School and Primrose Hill Church of England Academy, both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

The development is well connected and residents can reach Gloucester within 30 minutes by car, while the nearby A48 provides easy access to the M5, A40, and M4 for journeys to Cardiff, Bristol, and Bath in under an hour. In addition, Lydney station is just three miles away, offering regular services into Gloucester in 20 minutes, and Birmingham New Street in two hours.

Prices start at £284,995 for ‘The Filey’ at Mirum Park and are available to purchase using the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. Find out more from Crest Nicholson.


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