For Gloucester househunters seeking city centre living in a stylish property that offers both parking and private outdoor space, Greyfriars Quarter should be top of the list.
The landscaped development by award-winning Linden Homes enjoys a location in the heart of the city, and boasts high quality design and specifications.
The Thornbury three-bedroom homes are proving extremely popular with new home buyers, thanks to their handsome red-brick architecture, floor to ceiling windows and flexible interior layout, secure off-street parking and outdoor space.
Open the door to Plot 179, for instance, and the ground floor is devoted to the open-plan, fully-fitted kitchen / diner, with the convenience of a cloakroom across the hall. The stairs bring visitors up to the first floor with bedroom two and a spacious living room which offers access through large glazed doors onto a large private terrace area, and perfect for morning coffee, al fresco dining in the summer, and ready to be filled with pots and greenery.
The top floor hosts the master bedroom and bedroom three which has a walk-in cupboard for handy storage. The large, sleek and stylish family bathroom completes the accommodation.
In common with all Linden Homes’ developments, the property also comes with a 10-year NHBC warranty for peace of mind, as well as a two-year customer care warranty.
Sue Scholfield, sales and marketing director at Linden Homes Western, said: “The Thornbury comes with a location that is enviable enough. But when you also consider the quality, outdoor space and private parking, it puts it onto a different level.
“Opportunities to buy modern, new-build homes in Gloucester city centre have been few and far between in recent years. The Thornbury shows what people have been missing out on: homes explicitly designed for 21st century living.
“We’re advising buyers to act now and get in touch so they have the choice of the best homes. Greyfriars Quarter has proved very popular and this opportunity won’t be open for long.”
The Thornbury also qualifies for the Help to Buy scheme which, for homes priced up to £600,000, offers a 20 per cent government loan so that households – whether first-time buyers or homeowners – can secure a mortgage with a deposit as low as five per cent.
The city centre location enjoyed by Greyfriars Quarter residents is a head-turning mix of the historic and the modern, with the city’s famous Norman cathedral rubbing shoulders with a range of shopping, eateries and bars, and the train station just a short walk away.
To find out more about Greyfriars Quarter call 01452 401 673.
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22 January 2016