Linden Homes will soon be launching a fantastic new homes development off Tews Lane in Barnstaple.
Called Montbray, the development will feature a stunning range of two bedroom apartments plus two, three and four bedroom homes, built to the high standards Linden Homes is renowned for.
Close to the River Taw estuary, the distinctive development will feature 264 new contemporary homes, as well as attractive areas of green open space.
Brian Deacon, sales and marketing director for Linden Homes, said: “We are delighted to be launching this exciting new development in Barnstaple imminently and we’ve received a great deal of interest already. We’re encouraging homebuyers to register their details on our website to ensure they’re the first to hear about the launch date.
“Montbray is well-situated, nestled between the town and countryside, so it really does boast the best of both worlds.”
Barnstaple features a wide range of amenities including a train station, good schools, district hospital, theatre, museums and art galleries, shops, bars and restaurants.
Linden Homes is an award winning housebuilder and is currently creating a number of new developments in Exeter, Okehampton, Kingsteignton, Paignton, Goodrington, Totnes, Plymouth, Truro and Camborne.
Media can contact Emma Mackay on 077383 12960 for more information, images and interviews with Linden Homes.
22 August 2016
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