Househunters tantalised by the charming exteriors promised by The Artisan Quarter in beautiful Moreton-in-Marsh will be able to admire the interiors too when the show home opens on Saturday, 8th June.
The collection features just nine stunning and distinctive houses being built from Cotswold stone and brick, with traditional features that put them at ease in the heart of the Cotswold Hills, one of the most stunning landscapes in England.
The three and four-bedroom homes are all for private sale and are carefully laid out to create a secluded development providing individual gardens for that all-important outside space.
The show home is a four-bedroom detached house in the Farnborough style, with a garage. Light and airy, the bay window and French doors in the living room invite visitors to step out onto the landscaped garden.
The fitted kitchen is separate from the downstairs living space, and comes with stylish tracked spot lights, modern upstands to match worktops, ceramic floor tiling and contemporary sinks and taps.
Upstairs the master bedroom has an en suite, with the other rooms served by a family bathroom boasting contemporary white sanitaryware, modern water saving taps and stylish tiling.
The Artisan Quarter is located within walking distance of the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, in north-east Gloucestershire. This picturesque town has several friendly public houses, hotels, tea rooms, a choice of restaurants and three nearby supermarkets. There is a busy Tuesday market with over 200 stalls.
Although surrounded by rolling countryside, it is far from isolated. A short walk away from The Artisan Quarter is Moreton-in-Marsh railway station from where trains can reach London Paddington in less than one hour and 40 minutes or Oxford in just 36 minutes.
Househunters quick enough to reserve a home during construction at The Artisan Quarter will have the opportunity to choose the exact plot they want, and then shape their home to their individual tastes: kitchen appliances, bathroom features, tiling, flooring and so on.
A brand new Linden Homes property also means money and energy-saving features such as Grade A energy efficient, gas-fired condensing boilers and fitted UPVC double glazed windows.
To people struggling to build up funds for a deposit, Help to Buy can give extra support – even to those with a deposit as small as 5%.
It works by the government providing an equity loan of up to 20% of the value of any new-build home worth up to a maximum of £600,000. This can be repaid at any time or when the home is sold. And an added bonus is that there is no interest payable on the loan for five years.
With the equity loan added to their deposit, buyers are in the much better position of only needing to agree a 75 per cent mortgage from a bank or building society to secure their dream home.
Linden Homes Thames Valley sales and marketing manager Sharon Eldred said: “Visitors to the Artisan Quarter’s view home will be able to see that the quality and personality outside is matched by the style and charm inside.
“The houses are in a popular and attractive area of Moreton-in-Marsh with plenty of character, transport links and things to do. Come and see for yourself and find out more about the advantages of buying off plan or our financial enablers.”
Viewings are by appointment only with Holmans Estate Agents. For more information call 0844 488 0771.
For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Lisa Kendall at email@example.com or on 01962 893893.
31 July 2013