A charming collection of new build homes from award-winning housebuilder, Linden Homes, is making its way to the picturesque village of Broughton in the Test Valley.
Expected to launch in autumn, house hunters seeking idyllic country living need look no further than Morgan’s Field, a collection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes. Located in Broughton, a village known for its rural charm and exceptional community spirit, potential new home owners will be blown away by the natural beauty of their new surroundings, heightened by the stream that runs through the village.
Fiona Creed, sales and marketing director at Linden Homes South, commented: “Morgan’s Field is well located within the village and Broughton itself has great public transport links to nearby cities such as Southampton and Winchester.
“Village life is becoming increasingly popular, especially with families. Broughton is home to two outstanding schools and is well located should parents wish to send their children to schools further afield in Stockbridge or other cities.”
This sought-after village offers a lively community scene, a large shop, two pubs, a church and a village hall as well as football and cricket grounds.
According to recent research, buyers desire tranquil but amenity-rich locations and found that nearly a quarter of people moving home said they wanted to live in a village, making it the most popular type of location, compared to only 12 per cent for either a big city or a suburb, making Broughton the perfect choice for village life.
Linden Homes pride themselves on building exceptional homes that blend seamlessly into their surroundings. Every Linden Home benefits from the 10-year National House Building Council (NHBC) protection and the new materials used in construction result in homes being more energy efficient, lower utility bills and reduced maintenance bills.
For more information on Morgan’s Field please call 01794 725 356
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22 August 2016