There may still be a few weeks to go before the school holidays kick off – but if you are looking to move home this summer, Linden can help you get settled before the new September term.
With already 50 per cent of the popular Carpenter’s Place development at Brackley now sold, it the area is also well known for its excellent school.
And with this in mind, families looking to be in the catchment area for their preferred school as far away as the 2018 intake, could also benefit from a move to the development.
A selection of four-bedroom family friendly homes are available at Carpenter’s Place, with many styles offering separate dining room, kitchen/diner, two ensuites and a study – ideal for those who want to work from home.
Among the designs is the Brackley, a stunning detached home - ready to move into now. Linden Homes is offering a further incentive for one of the homes, which includes flooring throughout.
The development comprises 139 two, three and four-bedroom homes in a selection of terraced, semi-detached and detached styles. Two wonderful show homes are also open at the development.
Linden Homes Midlands sales manager Gary Cranfield said: “Our family homes have already proved popular, but with the summer holidays almost upon us, now is a great time for people who perhaps want to move to a slightly larger home and be settled before the new September term to do so.
“Equally, the development is highly desirable for families who are keen to be within catchment of their preferred school for the following year’s intake.”
Carpenter’s Place is perfectly positioned off Northampton Road, benefiting from local shops and leisure facilities and an excellent range of schools. With Northampton and Milton Keynes each around 20 miles away, it also makes it the ideal location for commuters.
For more details on availability and prices, contact the sales team on 01280 428243 or call into the sales and marketing suite which is open from Thursday to Monday from 10.30am until 5pm.
The four-bedroom Brackley – one of the fantastic
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16 June 2017