Redrow has the Market Harborough market covered

With more than half of the homes now sold and a growing list of potential purchasers waiting in the wings, buyers are urged to act now if they want to secure a property at Rockingham View in Market Harborough.

The Leicestershire market town and surrounding area recently featured in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide and was ranked in the top 30 in the Halifax Rural Quality of Life Survey.

The location has played a key part in the success of homes at Rockingham View and with fewer than 40 properties available Redrow is encouraging those who haven’t already done so to register their interest.

Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), says:

“Two years after we released the first homes for sale at Rockingham View, it’s now a well-established neighbourhood where people really want to live. We continue to receive lots of enquiries from potential purchasers who know exactly which property they want to buy. Around 20 people have made ‘early bird’ reservations giving them first refusal when their ideal home is released for sale. We also have a growing list of other would-be homeowners who have registered their interest in particular properties.”

“While demand remains high, we still have plenty of choice with everything from two-bedroom bungalows to substantial five-bedroom family homes. Anyone who wants to buy a home in Market Harborough should contact us without delay to find out more about the properties available.”

Current prices at Rockingham View start from £194,950 for a two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow up to £427,950 for a five-bedroom detached Hampstead style property.

Whichever style of home is chosen, buyers can be assured it will boast Redrow’s high standard specification including well equipped kitchens and sleek bathroom suites.

Located in Glebe Road, Market Harborough, little more than half a mile from the town’s Sainsbury and Waitrose supermarkets, Rockingham View is well served by primary schools, making it an ideal choice for those with families.

Around an hour to London St Pancras by train and with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the surrounding countryside, the town enjoys a best of both worlds appeal that enables its residents to achieve the perfect work/life balance.