Two Final Chances For Worcestershire House-Hunters

Posted 28 September 2020 by Keith Osborne

Two popular developments in rural Worcestershire now each have just one property remaining for sale...

House-hunters looking for a family home in a rural part of Worcestershire have a last chance to buy at two developments, with just one home left at schemes at Clifton-upon-Teme and Norton right now.

At The Meadows in Clifton-upon-Teme, Lovell Homes only has the five-bedroom ‘Temeworth’ style home at Plot 37 for sale, priced at £440,000. This property boasts integrated appliances to the kitchen, an en suite to bedroom one and the added bonus of flooring throughout. It’s available through Help to Buy. The village is home to a friendly village school and local pubs and shops, and retains easy links to nearby Worcester, Hereford and the surrounding area.

The Meadows is open by appointment only, Friday to Monday from 10.00am to 5.00pm.

The CottenhamAgent Nicol & Co is selling the final home at The Orchard, a development by Accueil in the picturesque village of Norton on the Warwickshire/Worcestershire border. It launched the development just a few weeks ago but now the only home to buy from the original range of 20 is ‘Cottenham’, a generously sized 1,883-sq-ft four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with two parking spaces, priced at £575,000

Georgina McGorrigan, new homes sales manager at Nicol & Co, said: “Given this development had been on the market with two other agents previously, we are very pleased to have achieved so much success in so little time. Clearly the quality of design, specification and finish has been a major factor in the popularity of The Orchard, and we now have only one property remaining.”

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