Countdown To Christmas In A Brand New Home In Helpston

Imagine a brand new kitchen in which to cook your Christmas dinner, a shiny new lounge to display your Tree and decorations, and more space to celebrate the festive season with family.

Well it could all be yours, even without writing that letter to Santa!

But hurry, Linden Homes Midlands is offering customers the final chance to buy at its popular Poet’s Corner development in the village of Helpston near Peterborough – where the last four-bedroom family home is for sale.

As the developer prepares to say farewell to its residents, there are a few seasonal extras that come with the remaining detached Lawrence housetype – which is ready to move into now.

This detached home is designed with an attractive open plan kitchen/ dining area, utility room and a spacious lounge with glazed doors to rear garden – perfect for entertaining.

The master bedroom enjoys ensuite facilities, with the remaining bedrooms served by a family bathroom.

The home comes with garage, fitted flooring throughout and turf to the rear garden.

Poet’s Corner is an attractive development of 42 modern homes located on the edge of the village in Helpston – the birthplace of poet John Clare.

Ideally positioned just a short stroll from all the local amenities, the village is perfectly placed for the commute to Peterborough just three miles away, or the historic town of Stamford just four miles away.

The sales and marketing suite is open from Thursday to Monday from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively contact the sales team on 01733 254218.

Linden Homes Midlands is offering customers the chance to move in for Christmas at the Poet’s Corner development in Helpston, where the last home is for sale.
Linden Homes Midlands is offering customers the
chance to move in for Christmas at the Poet’s Corner
development in Helpston, where the last home is for sale.

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For further press information please contact Cetti Long at Media Matters on 01733 371363 or email cetti@mediamatters-pr.co.uk

29 October 2014

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