Developments And Show Homes Launching Very Soon

Posted 24 June 2020 by Keith Osborne

We take a look at a range of imminent events and dates for the diary on new homes around the country...

House-hunter interest in the new homes market in England has been growing quickly over the last few weeks, and housebuilders are announcing more and more launches for ‘virtual’ and first-hand viewings.

Here, we take a look at a range of imminent events and dates for the diary on new homes around the country.

 

Keyworth, Nottinghamshire

Gymnast and Olympic medallist Sam Oldham is set to help Miller Homes virtually launch its latest East Midlands development, Spinners Croft in Keyworth, is planning a host of exclusive content online and across its social media channels throughout the day on Thursday 25 June. He grew up in Keyworth and will be taking potential buyers on a guided video walk around the village, pointing out some of his favourite spots.

The housebuilder will also be unveiling its new four-bedroom ‘Astwood’ show home with a virtual tour. There will also be three expert question and answer sessions throughout the day on Miller Homes’ social media channels, featuring finance expert Lisa Burns-Kent from independent financial advisor Meridian Mortgages, interior designer Suzanne Thomas from Blocc Interiors and one of Miller Homes’ own sales specialists.

Spinners Croft, situated on Platt Lane, features 187 two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes, including a selection of bungalows.

More details on the virtual launch of Spinners Croft can be found at www.millerhomes.co.uk/new-homes/east-midlands/spinners-croft-keyworth.aspx

 

Broadway, Worcestershire

Spitfire Bespoke Homes is unveiling a new show home at Highworth, its exclusive development in the Cotswold village of Broadway. A range of 74 two- to five-bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced residences there are inspired by traditional Cotswold architecture, within easy reach of the villages shops and amenities as well as the delightful countryside.

Matt Vincent, sales director at Spitfire Bespoke Homes commentsed: “Highworth is a beautiful development with a stunning backdrop, offering buyers a taste of quintessential country living, whilst still taking full advantage of modern-day amenities in the nearby town. This, married with the stylish, contemporary interiors, makes Highworth the ideal place to call home for those looking for a rural lifestyle.”

Prices at Highworth currently start from £360,000 for a two-bedroom terrace or £590,000 for a three-bedroom semi-detached property.

Find out more about Highworth from Spitfire Bespoke Homes.

 

Sandbach, Cheshire

Broadmeadow ParkLatimer, the development arm of Clarion Housing Group will welcome prospective buyers onto site when it opens the doors to its 165 home Sandbach development later this month, implementing appointment-only socially distanced viewings of its Broadmeadow Park development from late June. It has also installed tech hubs in its marketing suite to provide extra precautions for viewings, through the use of an interactive touchscreen.

The development will be a mix of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes, with options for sale and Shared Ownership. Prices are to be announced.

Julian Cotton, regional sales director at Latimer, commented: “We’ve carefully designed Broadmeadow Park to complement the town’s existing environment, with a big focus on open green spaces to strengthen its rural feel. We’re excited to offer prospective buyers a unique opportunity to visualise and familiarise themselves with their new home ahead of completion.

Find out more at broadmeadowpark.co.uk.

 

Harrow, London

With homes delivered by Hill and Origin Housing, Harrow One has been launched, offering 119 new homes for private sale across two buildings, private balconies with scenic views of the London skyline. The £70million development is part funded by the GLA, which has committed £25million from the Mayor of London’s Housing Zones initiative.

Rebecca Littler, group sales and marketing director at Hill, comments: “One fifth of the borough is dedicated to green spaces, which also makes Harrow a very appealing place to live, with the advantage of excellent transport connections to central London. People buying a home at Harrow One will benefit from the continued investment by the council in jobs and new facilities such as schools, along with the superb higher educational facilities on offer.”

The private sale apartments at Harrow One have studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments starting from £285,000, £375,500 and £447,500 respectively. Homes under £600,000 are also available with London Help to Buy. Fifty-four Shared Ownership homes are due to launch in the Autumn.

Find out more at www.harrowone.co.uk.

 

Devizes, Cornwall

Two properties are opening their doors at a new housing Bellway South West development in Devizes in July. Quakers Walk will have a new show home and a view home, available to view by appointment only, with additional safety measures in place.

The show home is a four-bedroom ‘Wroughton’ house type, that benefits from an open-plan kitchen/family room, a separate living room, a dining room, and en suite shower rooms to bedrooms one and two. Homes in this design are currently available to reserve priced from £469,995. The ‘Woodcote’ view home features four bedrooms and includes an open-plan kitchen/dining room, a separate living room, and an en suite master bedroom. ‘Woodcote’ homes start at £369,995.

Christel Hawkins, sales manager for Bellway South West, said: “Soon, house-hunters will be able to explore these two properties at Quakers Walk, which is the perfect way to gain an insight into life at the development. To view one of these homes, people can book a one-to-one appointment with a member of our dedicated sales team when they will also have to chance to ask any questions they have, whilst abiding by social distancing measures.

Three- and four-bedroom houses currently available are priced from £322,995.

Find out more about Bellway.

 

Acton, London

The VerdeanMount Anvil has unveiled the first homes at The Verdean, a regeneration site creating nearly 1,000 new homes. The initial launch is of 160 homes in a 24-storey building, with a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments for sale, with prices starting at £369,000.

Jon Hall, group sales director at Mount Anvil, commented: “There will be ample green spaces, from eco-walks and outdoor gyms to the podium gardens and rooftop gardens. We are truly excited to bring forward this scheme with our partners Catalyst, it will be an asset for the local and incoming community. I suspect this development will be popular with young professionals and parents looking to invest in accommodation near the new Imperial University science and technology campus.”

The kitchens have light marble surfaces, Bosch appliances, and a classic contrasting palette with white wall cabinets and smoked wood-effect base units. With rooms enjoying floor-to-ceiling windows, each apartment will be engulfed with natural light, bringing the outdoors in. There will be a mix chevron and marble-effect porcelain tiles to bathrooms, oak-effect flooring throughout living spaces and silk-effect carpets to the bedrooms. Residents will be able to enjoy 24-hour concierge facilities and business lounge. There will be a new gym, screening room and, along with a car club scheme and bicycle storage.

Find out more at www.mountanvil.com.

 

Middle Deepdale, North Yorkshire

Kebbell is now accepting early bird reservations in the fourth phase of Cornelian Fields, a collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes situated three miles south of Scarborough, with its wealth of shops, amenities and things to do. There are two beaches within walking distance of these homes: Cayton Bay beach is a sandy beach with dramatic cliffs; and Cornelian Bay is a rocky beach, perfect for rock pooling.

The third phase is almost sold out but there are still some units left ranging from £149,950 for a two-bedroom home to £264,950 for a four-bedroom home. Design is elegant and contemporary, and parking, underfloor heating and extensive storage come as standard. Help to Buy, Armed Forces Help to Buy and Part Exchange are among the incentives offered.

Find out more about Cornelian Fields from Kebbell.

 

Croydon, London

Shanly Homes has launched a new scheme, Tilbury Lodge, where homes are available to purchase with London Help to Buy in the sought-after commuter hotspot of Croydon. Just a 10-minute walk from South Croydon station, this is a collection of luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments which feature spacious, open-plan living areas with large windows, and high-specification interiors throughout.

Most apartments at the development also offer outdoor space in the form of a terrace or balcony. For residents’ convenience, Tilbury Lodge provides private allocated parking with several electric charging points, as well as a lift to all floors. All residents will also receive a three-year car club membership as part of their purchase, with access to an electric car based outside the development.

Jo McDonagh, sales director at Shanly Homes Southern, said: “Tilbury Lodge is a great option for those looking for a spacious home, with high-quality finishes, within easy and quick reach of the capital. It is located in a popular commuter town which offers a wealth of green space and a great selection of leisure amenities – perfect for first-time buyers who are looking for a place that has it all.”

Prices at Tilbury Lodge start from £340,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.

Find out more at www.shanlyhomes.com.

 

Limehouse, London

On Saturday 4 July Notting Hill Genesis hosts a virtual launch of Shared Ownership homes at The Kiln Works. All of the homes at The Kiln Works have flexible and open-plan layouts, coupled with a high-quality and stylish internal specification. Floor-to-ceiling height windows deliver a sense of light and space, fully fitted kitchens come complete with a range of integrated appliances, and some apartments also enjoy access to their own outdoor terrace or balcony with views overlooking both London’s city skyline.

Prices at The Kiln Works start from £101,875 for a 25% share of £407,500 for a one-bedroom apartment.

On Saturday 18 July, the first phase of private sale properties launches here. One-bedroom prices start at £432,500, two-bedroom at £535,000 and three-bedroom at £660,000. London Help to Buy is available on plots priced up to £600,000.

Find out more at www.nhgsales.com.

 

Northampton

Taylor Wimpey will hold a virtual launch for St Crispins Place on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 June. It delivers 118 homes, with a selection of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom properties available from launch. The development is not open to the public but people can speak to the sales executives and take a virtual tour.

Rob Curry, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey East Midlands, said: “Our brilliant sales executives have a range of tools they can use to help show off all that St Crispins Place has to offer. Interest has been incredibly high and the virtual appointments are filling up fast. We’re looking forward to virtually meeting you.”

Prices will be released from Friday 26 June. Find out more about Taylor Wimpey.

 

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