Make a new Redrow home your natural habitat
A new home at Tove Grange in Towcester is the natural choice for those who want to enjoy the great outdoors close to home.
Not only will they be able to enjoy some beautiful countryside walks including well trodden footpaths down to the River Tove, but they could find it boosts their health and wellbeing.
Tonia Tyler, area sales manager, for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), commented: “Scientists have proven that living near nature is good for you. The UK National Ecosystem Assessment looked into nature’s value to society and concluded that the health benefits of living near natural wildlife and green spaces are worth up to £300 per person per year. It means that our new homes in Towcester are the natural choice for health conscious buyers.”
Tove Grange features a choice of four-bedroom detached family homes, with current prices ranging £299,950 to £409,950.
The homes are all from Redrow’s sought-after New Heritage Collection. Traditional on the outside, bright and modern inside they are easy to manage and efficient to run.
“The combination of Arts & Crafts inspired architecture and modern family-friendly interiors means that buyers can enjoy the charm and character of a ‘period’ property, but without the drawbacks,” Tonia added.
“Instead of wasting their time and money repairing and renovating an older property, our customers can enjoy the fun of choosing how their new home will look and then sit back while we do the work for them. And with no maintenance worries they’ll have time and money to spend enjoying their new surroundings.”
Homes at Tove Grange boast well equipped kitchens with integrated top brand name appliances including oven, hob, microwave and fridge freezer, plus tall cabinets and extra wide drawers that offer plenty of storage.
The homes feature bathrooms and en-suites that enjoy quality fixtures and fittings, with a tile range exclusive to Redrow.
Towcester is an ancient market town steeped in history; in fact it’s the oldest town in Northamptonshire and the whole central area has been designated a conservation area. Local shops provide for residents’ daily needs; while Northampton and Milton Keynes are easily accessible for those who want to indulge in some serious retail therapy. The town’s good road and rail links means Towcester is well placed as a base for commuters.
Visit redrow.co.uk for more information.