September 2, 2014

Crest Nicholson's Cheltenham Grange proving popular among homebuyers

Crest Nicholson's Cheltenham Grange development is already half full following exceptional demand from the market.

Crest Nicholson's Cheltenham Grange development in Badgeworth is proving popular among homebuyers in Gloucestershire, as more than 50 per cent of properties have now been sold.

The housebuilder has sold an average of three houses every month since opening in March 2012, convincingly beating its targets.  The premises features a range of two, three and four-bedroom properties situated on the edge of Cheltenham.

A number of styles and sizes are included within the development, meaning that there is sure to be a property that appeals to people in the market, regardless of their personal preferences.

Houses at Cheltenham Grange have been designed to meet the demands of modern homeowners while retaining the look and feel of properties in the Cheltenham area.

The development is within easy reach of the spa town and surrounded by the Cotswold hills, providing an array of fantastic scenery for residents to enjoy, while the M5 is also only a short drive away.

Prices at the Cheltenham Grange begin at £224,950 for a three-bedroom Huntingdon House, whereas the four-bedroom Meadvale property can be bought for £299,950.

Tim Ridges, sales manager for Crest Nicholson South West, said: " Cheltenham Grange is a high specification development in a popular and desirable location, so we haven’t been surprised by the positive response we’ve received.

"This development truly offers people the best of both worlds – the chance to enjoy living in the historic setting of a Regency Spa town and benefit from the peace of mind of living in a new build property with brand new fittings, finishes and appliances."

Mr Ridges urged homebuyers to pay Cheltenham Grange a visit to witness the collection of homes on offer, adding that specialists at the site will be able to help people secure their ideal property.

Crest Nicholson has a variety of developments across the UK, including the Ixia site in London, where househunters can choose from a selection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.ADNFCR-1100-ID-801485547-ADNFCR

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