Beautiful Family Homes Cause A Stir In Sutton Scotney

The promise of fifteen new family homes in the lovely village of Sutton Scotney in Hampshire has predictably stirred up a lot of interest.

The collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes at Taylor’s Grange offers a chance to live in a Hampshire village that is not only attractive, but is also exceptionally well connected in terms of commuting, schooling and shopping: Winchester, Andover and Basingstoke are within easy reach via the A34 and A303 respectively, as are Newbury, Oxford, the West Midlands and the West Country.

The area surrounding these new family homes boasts several ‘outstanding’ schools, both primary and secondary.

The village itself has its own pub, the Coach and Horses and a well stocked and popular shop/post office/ sandwich bar (Dever Stores) which specialises in selling excellent local produce.

Presently the site at Taylor’s Grange is in the process of being cleared and the first foundations for the new homes are going in. The show home and marketing suite are also starting to take shape.

Tina Chalk is the marketing manager for Linden Homes Southern and says a lot of thought and planning has gone into creating these homes:

“At Linden Homes we always strive to design and build new homes that will fit in with the existing location. At Taylor’s Grange in Sutton Scotney the new homes are being built in the centre of the village and we have taken such care with the architecture and landscaping that once it is complete, we are confident that we will have created a collection of homes that look as if they have always been there.”

There have already been lots of enquiries about the fifteen new homes so it is advisable to register your interest now.

To do this you can call 0844 417 30 55.

Once you have registered Linden Homes will be able to update you about progress at the site and keep you informed about properties that are going to become available.

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For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Emma Cox at Remarkable PR on 01962 893893.

29 January 2014

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