IT’S not everyone who has the courage or confidence to buy a new home without a single brick being laid.
However, there are huge advantages to cherry-picking your preferred plot and reserving your dream home fresh from the drawing board.
There is now a chance to reap all the benefits buying from plan has to offer at award-winning Linden Homes’ brand new village development.
Located mid-way between Peterborough and Oundle, Warmington is the chosen location for the carefully designed 25 home Aspire development.
Work on Aspire is already underway, and although prices for the two, three, four and five-bed stone and brick built homes have yet to be finalised, interest in the site at Stamford Lane is already beginning to gain momentum.
The impressive portfolio of new homes will include something for everyone, catering for diverse housing needs and lifestyles. Some of the new homes will also boast views of the village church.
Home hunters now have the opportunity to reserve their new home from plan, and reap the benefits associated with cherry picking a plot fresh from the drawing board.
For more details on Aspire contact Linden Homes on 01733 396657.
|Aspire to a brand new home in a wonderful village location
with Linden Homes at Warmington.
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26 February 2013
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