Nottinghamshire house hunters will soon have an opportunity to progress on the property ladder as David Wilson Homes plans to launch its Thoresby Vale development.
A total of 219 homes are to be built at the Ollerton Road development in Edwinstowe, including a range of luxury two, three and four bedroom homes which will appeal to a wide range of homebuyers.
For downsizers and those looking to take the first step on the property ladder, David Wilson Homes’ smaller properties at the development will offer homes of a manageable size which don’t compromise on space.
Growing families can take comfort in knowing the larger homes are designed with the demands of modern family life in mind, while plans to build a brand new primary school on the development are also in place.
Jan Ruston, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes North Midlands, said: “Edwinstowe is a fantastic location and our Thoresby Vale development will benefit a range of homebuyers with its excellent road and rail links nearby and its close proximity to Sherwood Forest.
“The properties are being expertly designed to suit the needs of the modern day homebuyer. There will be something for everyone and we are looking forward to welcoming prospective buyers to the development.”
The development’s 350-acre country park surroundings will give residents a slice of countryside whilst still being connected to Nottingham, Sheffield, Lincoln, Newark-on-Trent and Doncaster via the A1(M) and M1.
Ideally located within walking distance from the village of Edwinstowe, the new community will ensure buyers can find a whole host of amenities to enjoy once restrictions are eased.
Those interested in the properties coming soon to Thoresby Vale are encouraged to register an interest to be among the first to hear about the first release of homes.
For more information, please call the David Wilson Homes sales team on 0333 355 8473 or visit www.dwh.co.uk/newhomes/nottinghamshire/h806601-thoresby-vale/.
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