Buy Off Plan And Pick Your Perfect Plot At Bingham

NOT everyone has the confidence or courage to buy a new home without a single brick being laid.

However, there are huge advantages to cherry-picking the best plots before the builders move in, and reserve the best homes fresh from the drawing board – as buyers at Linden Homes’ new Bingham development are demonstrating.

The first reservation off plan has now been taken at The Bluebell development, which received its official launch just a few weeks ago.

While some of the new four-bedroom detached family homes are due to for completion later this summer, others won’t be ready to move into until Spring 2013.

However benefits of reserving early, in some cases before the first bricks have been laid, are numerous. Many of them allow customers put their own personal touches to a new home.

There are huge advantages to reserving from plan, including:

A range of three and four-bedroom homes will make up the development, which have been carefully designed to meet the growing demand of new homes customers and cater for a selection of needs and budgets.

The homes will be suitable for everyone from first time buyers and young professional to families. The sales and marketing suite is open Thursday to Monday from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively, contact the sales team on 01949 838274.

The town is well served by four infant, junior and primary schools as well as a secondary school. South Nottingham College also has a campus in the town.

From school to work, and Bingham commuters are well served by the A52 and A46 road network into nearby Nottingham, Newark and Grantham.

Linden Homes sales executive Lynda Price and area sales manager Karen Pitcher at The Bluebell development in Bingham.
Linden Homes sales executive Lynda Price and area sales
manager Karen Pitcher at The Bluebell development in Bingham.

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For further information please contact:
Cetti Long
Media Matters PR
Linden Homes Midlands
Tel: 01733 371363.
E-mail: cetti@mediamatters-pr.co.uk

30 July 2012

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