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Pimms And Part Exchange Event In Thorney This Weekend

Posted 24 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

Larkfleet Homes hosts a buyer event at its Abbey Park development in Cambridgeshire on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 August...

Larkfleet Homes is inviting prospective homebuyers to a ‘Pimm’s and Part Exchange’ event this weekend, on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 August, at Abbey Park, its chic development in Thorney, rural Cambridgeshire.

Abbey Park is a collection of 15 different house styles, ranging from two to five bedrooms, combining the traditional and the contemporary, with high specification, making them ideal for modern day living. Located in the picturesque, peaceful village of Thorney, yet only eight miles from Peterborough, they provide the perfect blend of countryside living and thriving city life. All homes come with various buying options, including Part Exchange, which is the focus of this weekend’s event.

Larkfleet Homes has promised a 24-hour turnaround on Part Exchange offers made over the weekend, with additional incentives including bronze range flooring on selected homes. Every visitor to the development will also be in with a chance to win a luxury Pimm’s hamper – so someone’s bank holiday will be extra special!

Samantha Hart, sales and marketing director at Larkfleet Homes, commented: “Part Exchange is the chain-free way to upgrade to a new Larkfleet home. It takes away all the stress of a house move, as homebuyers don’t need to sell their current property – they can leave that to us. No estate agent fees, no viewings, no delays!

“Due to the pandemic, we digitally launched the show home at Abbey Park late last year – it is wonderful that we can now invite visitors onto the site to see the development in person. We will of course be ensuring that we adhere to all current Covid-19 guidelines, however light refreshments will be provided and, as ever, our sales team will be on hand to help anyone thinking of moving home. In addition to our dedicated staff, a financial advisor will also be available to talk visitors through the Part Exchange process, as well as other buying options open to them.”

In keeping with its rural Cambridgeshire setting, Abbey Park features open green spaces and public areas. Thorney has several independent shops, cafés and restaurants, a post office and a community centre as well as several charming country pubs.

For families, there is a good selection of nurseries and primary schools nearby, while Arthur Mellows College for secondary school students is rated ‘Outstanding’. Ideal for commuters, Peterborough boasts fast direct rail connections to London, Stansted and Cambridge.

Prices start from £237,750. Find out more about Abbey Park from Larkfleet Homes.


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