Baratt releases new Halesowen apartments

Barratt Homes has unveiled six new properties at The Pavillions in Halesowen.
Barratt Homes has released six new apartments at The Pavilions on Coombs Road in Halesowen.

These have been made available as a result of high demand, with the Bromwich style flats offering the ideal residence for first time buyers or those who are looking to downsize to a smaller property.

The apartments feature an open-plan living and dining area, bringing a light and airy feel, while the properties also benefit from a stylish and modern fitted kitchen, a bathroom and two double bedrooms.

Househunters can also take advantage of the NewBuy incentive to purchase a new build home with a maximum price of up to £500,000 at all of Barratt West Midlands' developments with a 95 per cent mortgage, meaning there is just a five per cent deposit remaining.

The Pavilions boasts two, three and four bedroom houses, while Halesowen has a number of schools, supermarkets and shopping options and is well served by public transport.

A number of public transport links make it easy for residents to access Birmingham City Centre, while junction 3 of the M5 motorway is also nearby.

Katie Yates, sales manager for Barratt West Midlands, said: "We launched The Pavilions in October and we have had so much interest in our houses that we have had to release six apartments earlier than anticipated.

"At The Pavilions we also offer the NewBuy scheme which makes homeownership more affordable."

Ms Yates went on to say that the range of properties available at the site means there is "something for everyone".

"We suggest anyone interested in buying a property in Halesowen to come and visit our helpful sales team at The Pavilions to find out more about this exciting new development," she noted.

In addition to The Pavillions, Baratt Homes has a number of other developments situated throughout the UK, including Pipers View in Stoke-on-Trent.

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