Special Plots At Housebuilder’s West Midlands Schemes

Posted 25 February 2021 by Keith Osborne

David Wilson Homes has some exceptional properties for sale at developments across the West Midlands region...

Under its David Wilson Homes brand, Barratt Developments – WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year 2019 – has a host of notable plots for sale at developments across the West Midlands region right now.

In the Warwickshire village of Bishops Itchington, David Wilson Homes is building a range of two-, three- and four-bedroom house types at The Willows. It is already 50% sold but there are still homes to suit different budgets, from £245,000 to £519,000. From here, it’s easy to get to Leamington Spa and Warwich by car or via public transport, with a bus stop outside the development.

Plot 39 is of special interest to first-time buyers as it qualifies for the new Help to Buy scheme. It’s an end-of-terrace ‘Wilford’ two-double-bedroom house, with lounge/dining room, separate kitchen, a parking space and the bonus of a south-facing garden. It is priced £245,000.

With spring and summer approaching fast, and lockdown making private outdoor space a real plus for house-hunters so a south-facing garden on Plot 38 will also appeal. The ‘Archford’ has kitchen/dining room, lounge, two double bedrooms (one with en suite shower room) and a single bedroom which could equally well function as home gym or office. It costs £300,000.

‘Holden’The ‘Holden’ at The Willows

Currently top-of-the-range at The Willows is Plot 35. For £519,000, there’s a luxurious ‘Holden’, which is a double-fronted detached home with four double bedrooms (en suite to bedroom one), a kitchen/dining/family room, utility room, separate lounge and a dedicated study. This home also overlooks the Blue Pool, a delightful feature that will delight anyone interested in nature and scenic views

Find out more about The Willows from David Wilson Homes.

Nearby is Bishop’s Hill, more two- to four-bedroom homes, with current availability between £240,000 and £500,000. They are approached on a tree-lined driveway and there’s a brisk walk into the village through a nature reserve.

‘Hadley’The ‘Hadley’ at Bishop’s Hill

Plot 92 is the three-bedroom ‘Hadley’ house type which comes with a south-facing garden. This semi-detached home comes with a separate sitting room and the luxuries of a utility room off the kitchen and an en suite to the main bedroom. It’s priced at £340,000.

Next door, Plot 93 is another semi-detached house with south-facing garden. It’s the ‘Archford’ house type and is priced at £300,000. Ready to move into is the three-storey ‘Kennett’ on Plot 62, with three double bedrooms, a garage and driveway and a host of upgrades. It is on the market for £350,000.

Find out more about Bishop’s Hill from David Wilson Homes.

Close to Market Drayton is Drayton Meadows, where the current array of three-, four- and five-bedroom houses are priced from £265,000 to £380,000. There’s a rural feel to this development, surrounded by open fields, but it’s within walking distance of the town centre. Under half-an-hour away are Telford, Newcastle, Stoke and the M6.

Plot 72 has a south-facing garden and also comes with kitchen appliance upgrades. It’s the ‘Exeter’ detached house type, with four double bedrooms (one with en suite), a separate living room, a utility room and integral single garage. It is priced at £320,000.

‘Belbroughton’The ‘Belbroughton’ at Drayton Meadows

Bungalows are still a bit of a rarity in the new homes market but for sale here, for fans of suingle-storey living, is the ‘Belbroughton’ on Plot 34. For £280,000, it’s a three-bedroom detached house with sizeable west-facing garden, en suite master bedroom with French doors, a private garage and parking. The single bedroom would make a great home office at the front of the house.

Find out more about Drayton Meadows from David Wilson Homes.

In picturesque Ledbury, St Catherine's Grange offers two, three- and four-bedroom houses from £230,000 to £452,500. For fans of the open air, there are green surroundings to this development and the Malvern Hills are on the doorstep. Within 30 minutes’ drive are Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester.

There’s a ‘Hadley’ house type with south-facing garden here too on Plot 309 for £300,000, and there are two homes ready to move into, Plot 312 and Plot 313. neighbouring semi-detached ‘Archford’ styles which are both priced at £272,500. There’s a special offer only open for reservations by Sunday 28 February, where the housebuilder will pay £10,000 towards your deposit or a discount on the purchase price, and with luxury flooring throughout and upgraded kitchen with integrated appliances

Find out more about St Catherine’s Grange from David Wilson Homes.

Bentley FieldsBentley Fields

Staffordshire house-hunters with find a number of three- and four-bedroom homes at Bentley Fields in the Birdlands area of Uttoxeter, with prices from £227,500 to £420,000. This 70-home development is just a 15-minute walk into the town centre and well placed for commuters, being a short drive from the A50 and A518 with direct links to Stoke, Derby and the Midlands.

At £330,000, Plot 7 is the ‘Hurst’ and it is available with Part Exchange – very handy for existing homeowners to avoid the hassles of the property chain. Reserving by Sunday 28 February will see the housebuilder match a 5% deposit, with luxury flooring provided throughout. Downstairs you'll find your spacious bay-fronted lounge and the open-plan kitchen/dining/family room which runs the entire width of the house, double doors from here open out onto your garden. The master bedroom comes with an en suite, there are two more double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom.


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