Continuing our individual approach to New Homes sales, both Lawson offices in Plymouth continue to show strong sales and reservations across their ‘focused’ 2 new homes developments in the City. In the Plymouth office, at their current marquee development at Hartley Gardens in Mannamead, construction work continues at pace with the show home on course to be completed in March.
The exciting new range of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes at the development have already attracted a lot of interest from buyers, thanks to its location in Mannamead, one of the city’s most sought after residential suburbs.
Combining traditional architectural styles with the very best in contemporary living, the high quality specification and outstanding decorative finish of each home is appealing to a very particular type of purchaser.
Ben Dreher, Director at Lawson Estate Agents’ Plymouth City Office, said: “Both the style and build quality of the homes, and of course its enviable location, meant the development was always likely to appeal to a variety of purchasers with an eye for quality and detail. This certainly appears to be the case and demand is likely to continue to be very high, particularly when the show home is completed – it will have a real wow factor!”
Early interest has seen 3 of the 16 plots being reserved OFF PLAN to date (4/2/19) with several interested parties on other positions within the development currently in discussion.
Meanwhile, sales are still very buoyant at the Roborough Park Eco-homes development on the northern outskirts of Plymouth.
A combination of contemporary styling and unbeatable green credentials of the 91 eco-friendly properties site continue to capture the imagination.
The many eco-friendly features include triple glazed windows, independent heat zones, with solar panels also available. Prospective purchasers can also take advantage of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
With four properties currently available starting from £255,000 on the latest phase release, Director Kevin Buckingham is pleased that the site continues to gain interest “The homes themselves have caught the imagination of the buying public with over 60% of the site now completed or reserved. Despite the amount of new home developments available across the region, there doesn’t seem to be a slow down in interest and this is testament to the contemporary design and carbon-conscious living these homes provide.”