Fresh Selection Released At Crewe Development

Posted 15 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

The latest phase of homes at Shavington Park has just been launched by Persimmon Homes...

Persimmon Homes has unveiled a new selection of new homes at Shavington Park in order to meet demand from local buyers.

The collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom properties now available at the development, located on Newcastle Road, offers the newest choice of designs, said sales and marketing director David Hodgson.

“The eagerly-awaited phase two at Shavington Park includes a range of new house types that we are sure will be a huge hit with buyers as they deliver everything that customers have been asking for,” he commented. “For the first time at this location, we are able to offer the three-bedroom ‘Danbury’ style house, priced at just £179,995 or two bedroom bungalows from as little as £192,995. Both of these are within the regional price threshold for the government’s Help to Buy scheme.

“Anyone looking for something larger will be impressed by the 1,200 sq ft of accommodation space delivered by our three-bedroom dormer bungalows, available for £289,995.”

The semi-rural village of Shavington Park is just a couple of miles outside Crewe, giving quick access to an extensive range of shopping, leisure and transport facilities, as well as highly-regarded local schools.

Hodgson added: “Every home on this development benefits from an ultra-fast full fibre broadband connection, enabling residents to work, download movies, play games or stream music. What’s more, all of our properties come with a two-year Persimmon Homes warranty and a ten-year insurance-backed new homes warranty.”

Show home viewings at Shavington Park are strictly by appointment only, to ensure the safety of site staff and customers.

Find out more about Persimmon Homes developments in the North West of England.


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