The final homes at a development in a sought-after area of Leicester are selling fast.
Buyers looking to purchase a home close to the beautiful open countryside of Leicestershire will have to be quick as just nine homes remain at the popular Redrow Homes Midlands’ Hamilton Park development.
Located off Bryony Road, and just four miles from Leicester town centre, the development has four and five-bedroom homes right on the cusp of the countryside, away from the hustle and bustle, yet just a short commute into the city.
Just four of the popular Sunningdale homes are still available, including the show home – so visitors can see exactly what life could be like at Hamilton Park.
The four-bedroom Sunningdale has been traditionally designed, but alongside its classic exterior, house-hunters will step through the commandeering entrance to find themselves in a high-spec, modern home. The home offers the perfect balance of open plans areas and personal space, essential for a growing family.
Pauline Turnbull, Sales Director for Redrow Homes Midlands, said: “Homes at our Hamilton Park development have been hugely popular, and the area already has a well-established community feel.
“We’re sure that the last few remaining homes will be chosen very quickly, as they continue to create interest with buyers who are looking for a home with a rural feel close to Leicester.
“The location of the development is really fantastic, and we’d urge prospective house buyers to visit us and see the development for themselves.”
Homes at Hamilton Park start at £349,995 for the four-bedroom Cambridge.
For more information about Hamilton Park, please visit: www.redrow.co.uk/developments/hamilton-park-leicester
"The location of the development is really fantastic, and wed urge prospective house buyers to visit us and see the development for themselves"
Pauline Turnbull, Sales Director
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