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18 September 2002
Innovative housebuilder, Copthorn Homes, is bracing itself for the inevitable rush of interest as it announces the impending release of a new selection of three-bedroom homes at their popular Brooches Mead development in Stevenage.
Brooches Mead has proven to be one of the award-winning housebuilder’s most popular developments ever. Each phase has consistently sold well, and now, this exciting new selection is set to attract plenty of attention:
“We are experiencing high levels of interest in this new release ahead of its actual launch, therefore we anticipate these attractive and spacious homes will not be available for long,” explained Ian Hepworth, Sales Director for Copthorn Homes. “As this constitutes the final phase at Brooches Mead, this will be the last chance to choose a brand new home here at one of Great Ashby’s most popular addresses.”
The last release of homes at Brooches Mead will fully illustrate Copthorn Homes passion for design and philosophy of maximising space and light. The homes will all be finished in a traditional style to ensure they blend perfectly with the rural beauty of the Great Ashby area.
Interested buyers will have the opportunity to buy directly off-plan, which allows them the advantage of choosing a range of fixtures and fittings, to personalise their new home, together with the excitement of watching their home grow:
“Buying off-plan is particularly popular with our buyers,” continued Ian Hepworth. “It offers them freedom of choice and the added possibility of buying additional ‘options’ to add to the specification of their new home from our comprehensive’ Options and Choices’ scheme.”
Among the Options available to Copthorn buyers at Brooches Mead are the possibilities of upgrading their kitchen with Stainless Steel appliances, choosing integrated kitchen appliances, upgrading the specification of the wall tiles to their kitchen and bathroom, opting for a burglar alarm or turfing their garden.
Great Ashby is perfect for all types of buyer, whether they are single people, couples, or young families. Indeed, Brooches Mead has a special incentive for young families, as Copthorn Homes is offering subsidised places at the nearby Weston Voluntary Nursery, for young children moving to a new Copthorn Home at Brooches Mead.
The area’s close proximity to excellent communication links – the A1 (M) is close at hand and the M25 is approximately 18 miles away – makes it perfect for commuters. Stevenage also has a BR station with direct services to Peterborough, Leeds, York, Newcastle and Edinburgh. Central London is also easily accessed as Kings Cross station is but 30 minutes away by rail.
Entertainment and leisure facilities in the area are second to none, with a 500-seat theatre, a retail and leisure park with ten-pin bowling facilities and plenty of opportunities for sporting activities. There are also excellent shops and amenities virtually on the doorstep:
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Information correct as at 18/09/2002