Executive homes in Wolverhampton make the grade

Situated in a highly desirable neighbourhood, in the catchment area for good local schools, new homes at Compton Park in Wolverhampton are in a class of their own.

The exclusive Redrow development offers some of the largest and most luxurious properties from the sought-after Heritage Collection and has attracted keen interest from discerning buyers.

Now with 70 percent of the homes in the original development sold and many of them occupied, those who want to call one of Wolverhampton’s most prestigious addresses ‘home’ are being urged to act now.

Pauline Turnbull, sales director for Redrow Homes (Midlands), says:

“Compton Park has really blossomed into a highly desirable neighbourhood where people aspire to live. Location is undoubtedly a major factor as the homes enjoy a leafy setting, plus they’re close to some of Wolverhampton’s top performing schools including St Edmund’s Catholic Academy who were able to move into their new home in part thanks to investment from Redrow.”

“Visitors to Compton Park continue to be impressed by the superb specification we’re offering and give us top marks for the quality and finish of the homes. The good news for those with a property to sell is that we can help them secure a buyer with our Mastermove service. In certain circumstances they may even be able to use part exchange to move quickly and simply.”

Compton Park offers a choice of four and five-bedroom detached executive homes, priced from £459,995.

The properties have an Arts & Crafts influence to their exteriors with period-style features and plenty of character, evocative perhaps of the kind of homes purchasers grew up in. Inside they boast convivial open plan living space and a host of family friendly features.

Kitchens are well equipped with integrated top brand name appliances including oven, microwave and fridge freezer, plus optional extras such as coffee machine and wine cooler.

Those who reserve before their new home is physically built can also opt to include under-floor heating to the ground floor.

As part of its commitment to ensuring the sustainability of the development, Redrow has invested around £6 million in the local community including £5.5 million towards the relocation of St Edmund’s Catholic Academy. The housebuilder also worked with the nearby St Peters Collegiate School to provide classrooms and tennis courts worth around £100,000. The company has also invested £360,000 in providing a natural Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) to encourage wildlife to the Smestow Valley Nature Reserve, which adjoins the development and is a popular place for visitors from Wolverhampton and beyond.

The showhome and sales office at Compton Park are open daily from 10am to 5.30pm.