Just one apartment remains in exclusive gated developmentPosted on July 27th, 2012
Prestige developer Seddon Homes is giving savvy homebuyers one last chance to secure a stylish apartment in an exclusive gated development in Nantwich, as just one home remains for sale.
The two-bedroom apartments, located in historic Nantwich, have proved popular, in that 23 of the 24 have now sold.
The remaining property, situated on the first floor of the development, features two double bedrooms, a bathroom and en suite, as well as central heating, double glazing, a security system and secure parking for two cars.
Included in the sale are flooring, curtains/blinds and light fittings, making the property ideal for those looking for an investment property of simply a ready to move into new home.
Denis Maddock, sales and marketing director of Seddon Homes, said: “The easy short stroll into town and secure setting makes Sleeper’s Point idea in many ways of those seeking a contemporary and stylish home.
“The added bonus of two parking spaces within the gated setting make this unique to our knowledge for homes of this type.”
The apartments are housed in a striking building in Pillory Street that is characterised by vernacular architecture, integrating Cheshire’s brick and timber tradition with thoroughly up to date construction methods.
Sleeper’s Point is situated in the heart of Nantwich, a town with origins dating back to the Roman times. Located on the banks for the River Weaver, the town boasts a wide range of shops, restaurants, bars and leisure and sports facilities. It is also home to the popular annual Nantwich Food and Drink Festival, along with the nationally renowned cheese show.
The apartment is priced at £129,950 and Seddon Homes is offering to pay Stamp Duty, with a saving of £1,299.50Blog page Older Posts Newer Posts
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