Homebuyers in Tamworth will be rewarded for their patience with the opening of two showhomes on the 12/13 July.
Styled to perfection by professional interior designers, the tastefully decorated fully furnished examples of the Marlow and Oxford housetypes are set to inspire visitors to Pennine Grange.
The Redrow development offers 66 homes for private sale in a choice of three and four-bedroom designs from the sought-after Heritage Collection.
Pauline Turnbull, sales director for Redrow Homes (Midlands), said:
“More than 150 people have registered their interest in Pennine Grange and have been keenly awaiting the launch of the showhomes. We’re looking forward to welcoming buyers to the development and giving them their first taste of what life could be like in a brand new Redrow home.”
“We’re confident buyers will be impressed by how we’ve combined the traditional charm and character of ‘period’ properties with the style and convenience of a brand new home.”
The Marlow is a well-proportioned detached home with four double bedrooms, including master with en-suite, and offers 1,259 sq ft of accommodation including generous kitchen / dining room and a spacious separate lounge, plus utility and cloakroom.
The Oxford enjoys a similar layout but is a larger property, spanning 1,300 sq ft.
“Showhomes are a great way of showcasing our designs and showing customers some of the finishes they could choose if they purchase a brand new Redrow home”
“But the real beauty of buying a new home, particularly in a development’s early stages is the amount of choice available, not just in terms of the style of property, but also the wealth of options to enable buyers to truly make a home their own. People tell us they love being able to make design choices themselves and then being able to move into a property that’s individual to them.”
With a choice of primary schools within walking distance, the properties at Pennine Grange are perfectly placed for buyers with children. There’s a newsagent, convenience store and post office nearby, while Tamworth town centre, home to a regular market and high street stores, is about three miles away. Those who want to indulge in some more serious retail therapy can hop on the train at Wilnecote and be in Birmingham in under 20 minutes.