Home-buyers looking for a stylish new home in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds can see inside one of Redrow’s latest new homes in Cirencester.
The award-winning developer is opening the doors to a two-bedroom Calcutt view home at its Centuria development during the weekend of June 5th / 6th.
The property has been finished to a high standard and fitted with carpets and flooring, lights and window dressings to help would-be purchasers appreciate its full potential.
Many of the properties currently available at Centuria, including the Calcutt, are now exempt from stamp duty for first time buyers as they fall below the new £250,000 threshold. This provides plenty of opportunities for would be homebuyers to step on to the ladder in this ever-popular property hotspot.
The Centuria homes combine the best of old and new, with traditional Cotswold stone exteriors expertly blended with streamlined and contemporary interiors; and layouts based on designs from Redrow’s New Heritage Collection.
Hayley Zaple, area sales manager for Redrow Homes (South West) says: “Centuria is a well-planned, family-friendly development in a great location in the heart of the Cotswolds and we are expecting lots of interest.
“The majority of our customers tell us that they want something that looks traditional, perhaps evocative of the family home they grew up in, but they want it to have the latest statement-making kitchens and bathrooms and good quality fixtures and fittings. Potential buyers will find all this and more at Centuria.”
Centuria features a beautiful range of two, three and four-bedroom homes, priced from £174,995 to £354,995. They include the two bedroom Calcutt with en-suite and ground-floor cloakroom, currently priced from £216,995. The property features a generously proportioned kitchen/diner with floor to ceiling units and top brand name appliances included and the living room has patio doors onto the garden.
Situated a mile and a half from Cirencester town centre, Centuria, on London Road, has easy access to good shopping and leisure facilities. Known as the ‘Capital of the Cotwolds’, Cirencester is an historic Roman town in the heart of one of the most unspoiled locations in the country.
There are excellent transport links to neighbouring towns and villages and easy access to the M5 and the M4.
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Date Published: 17 May 2010