With new homes about to go on sale in Longridge, the developer is urging buyers to register their interest now.
More than 60 people have already enquired about the homes being built at Cromwell Fields on Dilworth Lane and with just 36 properties available to buy movers are being urged to act now to avoid disappointment.
Featuring a choice of four-bedroom designs from the Elegance Collection, the first homes will be released for sale in early September.
Sam Johnson, sales manager for the developer Rowland Homes, said: “Buyers are already showing a keen interest in Cromwell Fields and are eagerly awaiting the launch of the development. There are few new-build homes in the area so we’re anticipating strong demand and judging by the number of people who’ve already registered their interest they’re sure to be a popular choice.”
Rowland have incorporated some of the architectural features of local buildings in the external design of the homes so that they blend seamlessly into the neighbourhood.
The variety of property styles in the secluded cul-de-sac creates an ambience of a community that’s developed over time, with different bricks and roof tiles used to create a sense of individuality. Despite the traditional feel to the homes, inside they enjoy all of the amenities discerning homebuyers want and expect in a new home.
Many enjoy open plan layouts for ease of living with combined kitchen, dining and family rooms.
Fixtures and fittings have been carefully selected for quality, durability and aesthetic appeal.
“Initially the homes will be sold ‘off plan’ with a show home due to open in January 2012,” said Sam.
“By reserving a new home early on, prospective customers will benefit from both pre-show home prices and will also be able to stamp their personality on the internal finish by choosing kitchens and tiles from our extensive range. Those who can’t wait for the show home at Cromwell Fields to open can visit our Elworth Hall Farm venture in Sandbach to enjoy a taste of things to come at Cromwell Fields.”
Located in the Trough of Bowland, at the foot of Longridge Fell, Longridge is ideally placed to enable its residents to enjoy town and country life.
Cromwell Fields is within minutes of a wealth of amenities in the town centre, including independent galleries, restaurants, delicatessens, cafes, traditional pubs plus a range of supermarkets and major retailers.
The area is well served by primary and secondary school, making Cromwell Fields the perfect choice for those with children.
Just a few miles from the M6, the town enjoys good road links to Preston and Lancaster, with Liverpool and Manchester also within easy reach for commuters.
The sales centre at Cromwell Fields is open from early September.
To register your interest in the homes email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information see www.rowland.co.uk