New homes underway at Babylon Field
Building work has recently begun at Babylon Field, a brand new development from David Wilson Homes North West in Higher Kinnerton, Chester.
This exclusive development will consist of just 34 properties, including 24 two, three, four and five bedroom homes for public sale, alongside ten affordable units.
Babylon Field has been specifically designed to meet the needs of today’s modern family. With many properties boasting spacious open plan kitchens, quiet study rooms and multiple double bedrooms, these thoughtfully designed homes offer something for every family member.
Steve Jackson, sales director, at David Wilson Homes North West, comments: “At Babylon Field we are building homes which are increasingly open-plan, integrating outdoor and indoor space as well as accommodating home working.
“We have already received high levels of interest from local homebuyers in Chester, thanks to our impressive designs, affordable prices and this new appealing location.
“We are therefore encouraging anyone who is interested in securing one of these homes for themselves to get in touch with our sales team ahead of our official on site launch next month.”
Commitment to community
David Wilson Homes North West pride themselves on not only building thoughtfully designed properties that meet the needs of local purchasers, but also on ensuring that these homes form communities in which people aspire to live.
As part of this commitment to strengthening the communities in which they build, David Wilson Homes North West has contributed more than £60,000 to facilitate the improved provision of education within local Chester schools and to improve surrounding public open spaces for the use by local residents.
Our Space, Your Place
With the launch of Babylon Field, David Wilson Homes North West also brings its Our Space, Your Place initiative to Chester, giving community groups in the region the chance to take advantage of resources, assistance and funding to improve the local area.
Since its launch at the end of 2010, the scheme has supported more than 30 organisations, charities, schools and volunteer projects in the communities in which it builds, donating more than 200 hours of their time to help out with the projects alongside a contribution of over £12,000 to the various groups.
Now organisations in Chester have the chance to get involved. So, if you have a project with which you would like support, simply download an application form from ourspaceyourplace.co.uk for submission before 1st May 2012.
Babylon Field is a set in a great location for families and is just a short distance from the historic Roman city of Chester, famous for its heritage, shopping and cultural nightlife.
For more information or to register your interest, dwh.co.uk.