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Buyers will be able to enjoy more than just a look through the keyhole when Redrow Homes throws open the doors to six homes in Stourscombe Vale.

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  • Hannah Newnes, area sales manager for Redrow Homes in the south west, said: "We're nearing the end of the development at Stourscombe Vale with just 15 homes remaining for sale. Despite the limited availability, there's still plenty of choice. To help potential purchasers make the right decision for them, we're holding an open house weekend on March 6 and 7."

    As well as showcasing available properties in Launceston, the weekend will mark the opening of a new three storey, four bedroom 'Ribble' view home.

    "With double doors leading from the large lounge through to the open plan kitchen and diner, the 'Ribble' is the perfect home for families and those who enjoy entertaining," Newnes commented.

    "The flexibility and space afforded by the third floor makes it the perfect property for those with children as it has more potential than some traditional homes. We've converted what would otherwise have been empty roof space into a sumptuous master bedroom, complete with ensuite. It's the ideal retreat for parents to relax in style and comfort."

    Two other 'Ribbles' will be open over the weekend, along with a two bedroom 'Allen' style coach house with open plan living and dining room and separate kitchen and a three bedroom 'Galway' with generous ensuite master bedroom.

    New homes at Stourscombe Vale are priced from £119,995 to £206,995, offering something to suit all lifestyles, tastes and budgets.

    With picture postcard views across to Dartmoor, Stourscombe Vale offers an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of city living, yet is conveniently placed close to the A30, giving residents easy access to Exeter, Plymouth and Truro.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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