Be quick or miss out on Penny Meadow’s final few
THE CLOCK is ticking for home-owners who've fallen in love with
one of our few remaining executive homes at Penny
Meadow, Kidderminster, following our successful weekend open
Saturday saw us roll out the welcome mat for the first time at
our new four-bed Sundew demonstration home − and it made such
a positive impression that one buyer has already decided to reserve
That leaves just three opportunities for discerning buyers to
snap up a sought-after Bewdley Hill address as well as the extra
guarantee of quality that comes with the recent Pride in Job award
handed out to our award-winning site manager.
The great news for those with existing homes to sell is that
we're willing to consider part-exchange on our £245,500 four-bed Ballardia showhome and the
four-bed Comfrey house − priced at
£240,500 − that's being built alongside it. Fitted carpets are
included with the Comfrey and our final remaining four-bed Larkspur house, priced at £234,995 −
and, in the case of the Ballardia showhome (pictured below),
curtains, light fittings and soft furnishings are all part of the
£245,500 asking price.
Bromford Homes Sales Consultant Rachel was delighted to see so
many new faces at the weekend − and to get such a positive
reaction from first-time visitors. "All the remaining houses are
ideal for existing homeowners who want to move up to this leafy
suburb on the edge of Kidderminster. It's one of the most
sought-after addresses in town and you really won't find a better
build quality or better value for money," says Rachel.
"Put that all together and you'll understand why so many buyers
have fallen in love with Penny Meadow − and why we've got just
three homes left. Our award-winning site manager, Pete Hamon, and
his team have nearly finished and that means the clock is now
ticking for anyone else who wants to make their home here.
"That's why we're willing to consider part-exchange on plots 3
and 4 because it's a quick, hassle-free way to unlock the home of
your dreams here at Penny Meadow. If we accept, we'll agree a fair
price for your existing home in time to complete on or before our
deadline day of September 30 − and all without all the usual
worry about broken chains and need for estate agency fees."
The part-exchange deal works like this: We arrange two
independent valuations of your existing home and make an offer
based on their findings. If you agree to our offer and surveys
prove satisfactory, we become your buyer and you are free to buy
your new Bromford home. It's as simple as that.
Site manager Pete (pictured above) and his team worked hard to
preserve the site's leafy suburban feel by retaining some of the
mature trees facing Bewdley Hill and are due to complete the last
of 13 new three and four-bed executive homes by the end of August.
They stand alongside an existing family home − now sold to a
delighted buyer after refurbishment.
Sales quickly passed
the "75% sold" milestone after the opening of the showhome facing
Bewdley Hill and Rachel urges other would-be buyers to visit the
showhome and new demo home as soon as possible.
"We decided to open the Sundew as a demonstration home after
putting the showhome up for sale so that buyers could get a real
feel for one of the other internal layouts," says Rachel. "These
high-quality homes at Penny Meadow definitely appeal to people who
appreciate quality and the leafy, family-friendly feel of this area
around the crest of Bewdley Hill.
"All our homes offer exceptional value for money, with a host of
built-in features that would normally come as extras elsewhere, and
the build quality is second to none. Pete's award proves that and
gives buyers an additional guarantee of the very best build
quality. Add the possibility of part-exchange and it won't be long
before the last few homes are sold."
To find out more about Penny Meadow call Rachel
on 01562 745380 or 0845 60 10
878. Homebuyers can also keep in touch by registering for updates and by
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20 August 2013