An eagerly awaited housing development in Evesham has just launched giving buyers a fresh chance to own a sought after Redrow home.
Enjoying a leafy location, close to Aldington Lodge on Offenham Road, Maple Gardens offers a choice of two, three, four and five-bedroom designs from Redrow’s Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection.
More than 100 people have registered their interest in just 42 private sale properties at Maple Gardens.
Due to the demand and following on from Redrow’s previous success in the town, the award-winning housebuilder has released selected properties ‘off plan’. A show home is scheduled to open in September.
Pauline Turnbull, sales director for Redrow Homes (Midlands), said: “We know from the sell-out success at Laburnum Gardens and the number of people who’ve enquired about Maple Gardens that there’s an appetite for new homes in this part of Evesham.
“Part of the appeal is the location – the homes enjoy a green setting close to the countryside and within easy reach of the town, with strong commuter links and good schools nearby. Factor in that our new homes combine the best of old and new – the charm and character of ‘period’ properties, with high specification interiors – and it’s unsurprising that we have a growing list of potential purchasers.”
Current availability includes three, four and five-bedroom detached designs prices from £359,995 to £579,995.
Redrow is encouraging buyers not to wait for the show home to open.
“Being able to view a property can help in the decision-making process but no two homes are exactly the same and if you wait until you can look around the show home at Maple Gardens you could find you’ve missed out on your preferred property,” Pauline added.
“Our friendly, experienced sales team can help match customers with the style of home that best suits their lifestyle, plus there are virtual and 360o tours of our homes available on the Redrow website.”
Redrow isn’t just building new homes, the company is helping to shape the community for the future and will invest almost £3 million in the area with funding allocated for schools and sports facilities amongst others.