Bellway is now welcoming visitors to its Hanwood Park development in Kettering.
House-hunters can now go along to the 167-home development, off Barton Road, after the opening of a sales office and two showhomes at the site.
The housebuilder is delivering 133 properties for private sale and 34 affordable homes for rent or shared ownership at the development, which is at the western edge of the wider East Kettering Sustainable Urban Extension (SUE) scheme.
Luke Southgate, Sales Director for Bellway Northern Home Counties, said: “This is the first opportunity for anyone interested in buying a home at Hanwood Park to come down to the site and see what the development has to offer.
“Visitors will be able meet the sales team, find out more about the homes available, and take a look inside the two fully furnished showhomes so they can picture what it would be like to live here.”
The two showhomes at Hanwood Park are the Dingley and Rothwell house types, both named after local villages.
Both homes feature an open-plan kitchen and dining area, a separate living room, downstairs cloakroom, and en suite to the main bedroom. The Rothwell also includes a utility room and two storerooms.
Luke said: “The first homes at Hanwood Park went on sale earlier this month and. The development is in a sought-after semi-rural location surrounded by acres of open countryside just a 10-minute drive from Kettering town centre.
“There has been a high level of interest ever since we announced our plans for Hanwood Park, and we expect that will only increase once people come along and see the site for themselves.”
A range of three and four-bedroom homes are currently available at the development, with prices ranging from £255,000 to £440,000.
For more information about the homes at Hanwood Park, call the sales team on 01536 430202 or visit bellway.co.uk/new-homes/northern-home-counties/bellway-at-hanwood-park.
- A computer-generated image of how the homes will look at Hanwood Park
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