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Now is the perfect time to visit Linden Homes Western’s exclusive Coed Y Brenin development in Abergavenny with the addition of a second home to view and a number of homes ready to move in to.
The award-winning housebuilder is giving potential purchasers the chance to look around both two- and three-storey homes at the site.
Coed Y Brenin is a development of just 21 private homes in an idyllic spot on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, yet with easy access to Cardiff, Newport, Hereford and Bristol.
Sue Scholfield, Sales Director of Linden Homes Western, said: “The location of this development really does sell itself but our pedigree of creating high specification homes that reflect modern living has undoubtedly been a major factor in the level of interest we have had In Coed Y Brenin.
“We are proud of the homes we have created here. They offer flexibility in a number of styles to suit a range of requirements.”
As well as the two-storey Elm, the three-storey Beech is now also available to view. Both offer three-bedrooms plus study, with ensuite bathrooms, built in wardrobes and a garage. Four-bedroom homes with a study are also available at the site.
And, Linden Homes will pay the Stamp Duty on any new home bought and completed at the site before the end of June. The offer, which could save home buyers over £10,000, is available in addition to a number of other flexible schemes the company offers such as Part Exchange* and Assisted Move*.
Sue Scholfield added: “Our Stamp Duty Paid offer means that now is the perfect time to visit the site and get a feel for what life would be like living in this beautiful location.”
The show home is open from Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm. For more information call 0844 417 3937.
* Subject to scheme rules
For further information, contact Samantha Stagg or Madeleine Hardman, James Reed Public Relations Ltd, Tel: 0117 929 0405 or email: Samantha@jamesreedpr.co.uk
10 May 2013